allowed commands on keys that keyservers handle correctly
alphasigmax at gmail.com
Thu Oct 27 12:53:53 CEST 2005
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>>>If I like to remove my signature from a certain key and/or uid, what is
>>>the best approach to that? Does it make sense to revoke the signature or
>>>just delete it? I find both of these commands in "gpg" software but am
>>>unclear what to use.
>>You need to revoke the signature once you have lost full control over
>>the public key (i.e. uploaded it to a keyserver). Deleting a
>>signature/uid or key makes only sense if you can replace all copies
>>with the updated one.
> Replacing an old key with updated one seems to be possible with
> biglumber and such other servers. Such servers have the disadvatage of
> not syncing with other public servers and only allowing one public key
> per email address.
> Are there any other drawbacks of Biglumber?
Biglumber *does* (AFAIK) allow multiple keys per email address. That's
one of the reasons it's better than the GD.
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