subkey types and preferences...

Ivan Boldyrev boldyrev+nospam at
Sat Jul 17 02:52:36 CEST 2004

On 8807 day of my life David Shaw wrote:
>> What do 'no-modify' and 'MDC' flags mean?
> no-ks-modify is a flag that asks keyservers to not accept changes to
> your key (i.e. new signatures) unless they came from you.  No public
> keyserver actually honors this flag, but it's part of the OpenPGP
> standard so we allow setting it.

What is "from me"?  Changes signed with my key?  Or some other kind of
authentification may be provided by server?  Or it is not specified by

Ivan Boldyrev

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