key-signing for pseudonyms
thomas at northernsecurity.net
Tue May 18 20:56:30 CEST 2004
On Tue, May 18, 2004 at 06:37:28PM +0200, Malte Gell wrote:
> Gpg already has the needed features to do something like this, though
> probably violating some principles.
> You locally sign someone's key and force the export with --export-option
> include-local-sigs and the other person uses allow-local-sigs to import
> this local signature (see manpage). This way you can have your key
> signed without "spreading" the signatures unintentionally e.g. to
> Of course it's not totally bulletproof since the recipient of such a
> signature can always enforce the export if he really wants to do so.
> How far this procedure is useful at all may is something different., it
> makes only sense for a closed group of people.
Not really what i meant. I was thinking more of a signature only the
holder of the secret key is able to decrypt.
== thomas at northernsecurity.net | thomas at se.linux.org
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