Using subkeys to renew an expiring key
qed at tiscali.it
Tue Aug 29 18:08:48 CEST 2006
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On 08/29/2006 05:42 PM, SeidlS at schneider.com wrote:
>> This is a rather strange statement.
>> Other organizations should have their OWN pubkeys to which documents
>> sent to them are encrypted.
> Good Point. I wasn't thinking of that. So for outbound documents, the
> only issue that could exist would be verifying our signature if we are
> signing the document?
> Or is the signature part of the master key and
> wouldn't be impacted by adding an additional subkey?
If signing subkeys are not present you have only to worry about the
expiration date on the master key.
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