n.g.boalch at durham.ac.uk
Sun Feb 8 15:21:22 CET 2004
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David Shaw wrote:
| All in all, I'm guessing corruption of the key, which can pretty
| easily change the keyid to something else. It could be a bug in
| CryptoEx, but I'd think a bug that changes keyids would have been
| noticed before now. What does your correspondent say his keyid is?
I don't think it's a keyserver bug, as the same problem occurs if the key is
exported directly from the software and emailed to me.
As far as he's aware, his keyid is 3A546EC2. Certainly messages he sends out
are signed on 3A546EC2; but importing the key exported by his software and
available on keyservers as 3A546EC2 actually gets you 7EDB7A47, so the
signature is unverifiable.
Nick Boalch, Research Student
School of Modern European Languages Tel: +44 (0) 191 334 5780
University of Durham Fax: +44 (0) 191 334 5770
New Elvet, Durham DH1 3JT, UK WWW: http://nick.frejol.org/
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