Key expiration in PGP (CKT)
neil at codehelp.co.uk
Tue May 11 13:52:27 CEST 2004
Jens Kubieziel wrote:
> my Key 0xEE0977E8 had an expiration date which I changed last year.
pub 1024D/EE0977E8 created: 2002-08-23 expires: never trust: -/-
sub 2048g/49D77ABE created: 2002-08-23 expires: never
(1). Jens Kubieziel <jens at kubieziel.de>
(2) Jens Kubieziel <kubieziel at gmx.de>
(3) Jens Kubieziel <lugjena at kubieziel.de>
> Now I
> had a keysigning with a pgp 6.5.8-ckt user and he told me, that my key is
> expired. He fetched the key from different servers and "all keys" showed
> as expired.
Ha! You can tell him he should use a working keyserver instead of all
the broken ones out there!
Tell him to use subkeys.pgp.net or keyserver.kjsl.com (where I got your
key as shown above, valid and unexpired)
> Do you know if this pgp version couldn't handle the changed
Get him to check with a working keyserver first, some versions of PGP
might not be able to cope with keys where the expiry date of the key has
been changed - but it's not your fault. You've got loads of signatures
on that key, if he can't sign it, it's up to him to upgrade his PGP or
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