explain nrsign & lsign?
sk at intertivity.com
Sun Jan 28 21:36:46 CET 2007
well, you do not have to apply any email address at all, so you can apply
an invalid one as well.
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> Subject: Re: explain nrsign & lsign?
> > There is somewhat constant debate over the best method. ...
> > the main point of signing a key is so that GnuPG (or PGP)
> can use the
> > signature in its trust calculations ...
> good info. thanks.
> last (yeah, sure ...) question, then.
> does gpg, &/or do the keyservers, require *valid* email
> addresses for keys?
> i.e., if my "A" trust-signing key will *never* be used to
> sign an email, can its assigned/defined address be, e.g.,
> trust_sig at mydomain.local
> will *it*, and sigs/keys for 'real' addresses signed *by* it,
> be retrievable as such from the keyservers manually and via
> Key Retrieval options?
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