[Q] Multiple signing keys

Dennis Lambe Jr. malsyned@cif.rochester.edu
Thu May 15 09:41:02 2003

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On Wed, 2003-05-14 at 14:48, Werner Koch wrote:
> On 13 May 2003 22:42:32 -0400, Dennis Lambe said:
> > As far as I can tell, your primary key is the only one which can be use=
> > to sign other keys, but I'd like to hear from some more knowledgable
> > people on that point.
> Correct.  The primary key is used to bound the user IDs as well as
> secondary keys to the primary key.  So it is _kind of_ a master key.

Yes.  This I already knew.  What I'm curious about is whether it's
possible to use a subkey to sign /other people's/ keys.

--Dennis Lambe

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