GnuPG --edit-key, help req.
twoaday at gmx.net
Fri Dec 30 20:14:13 CET 2005
On Wed Dec 28 2005; 00:36, Nicky wrote:
> What does the usage letters mean in the key listing?
> usage: CS
> usage: SEA
> What does SEA stand for? I think S and E stand for Signing and Encryption
> respectively but what about A and C?
C = Certifying.
A = Authentication.
C is used to indicate the key can sign other keys.
A is a hint that the key might be used for authentication (logins for example).
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