Confused about Sub keys.
sdwyer at spykes.id.au
Wed Jun 11 00:38:47 CEST 2008
Yes i made a bit of a mess when first setting up my account. The two
revoked keys are ones i got confused with and wanted to start from
scratch. The one that isnt revoked is my good key that i am using now.
9DA5B32F is my key that i will be using from now on.
Thanks for the reply guys,
On Tue, 2008-06-10 at 05:01 -0400, Charly Avital wrote:
> Faramir wrote the following on 6/10/08 12:17 AM:
> > And that is the
> > reason to use "key pairs", because a singe key can't do both functions.
> The above statement is not accurate.
> A careful reading of <http://www.gnupg.org/gph/en/manual.html#INTRO> is
> This is the Spanish version: <http://www.gnupg.org/gph/es/manual.html>
> Attention Simon Dwyer. The following keys were found on a key server:
> (1) Simon Luke Dwyer <sdwyer at spykes.id.au>
> Simon Luke Dwyer (Technology Services Group) <sdwyer at federalit.net>
> 1024 bit DSA key 9DA5B32F, created: 2008-06-09
> (2) Simon Dwyer (SpYkEs) <sdwyer at spykes.id.au>
> 1024 bit DSA key 9D826360, created: 2008-06-09 (revoked)
> (3) Simon Luke Dwyer (SpYkEs) <sdwyer at spykes.id.au>
> 1024 bit DSA key 41494BDE, created: 2008-06-06 (revoked)
> Can you please confirm that key No. 1 '1024 bit DSA key 9DA5B32F,
> created: 2008-06-09' is the one you are or will be using, since the
> other two have been revoked. Thanks in advance.
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