faramir.cl at gmail.com
Tue Sep 16 08:53:32 CEST 2008
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Robert J. Hansen escribió:
> Chris De Young wrote:
>> I have a UID on my key for an email address that I no longer use. Is it
>> generally considered good practice to remove that sort of thing when no longer
>> current, or should I leave old UIDs in place?
> Leave them in place, but revoke them.
> Then you hit 'yes' at the prompt, explain the reason why you're revoking
> it, enter your passphrase, and send your key up to the servers.
Once the key has been updated on the servers, is there any reason to
don't remove it from the key? Just to "clean" it... now I think about
it, probably it won't decrease too much the key's size...
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