public at hankgupton.com
Wed Apr 29 04:54:36 CEST 2009
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Even better than that, you can CHANGE the expiration date on the
subkey that has no expiration date to anything you like. You can extend
the date out further or cut it short. But, this will effect only your
key, and not the copies of your key that everyone else has. It might
be better to revoke your old subkey and spread the revokation far and
wide. And then, as you say, make a new subkey.
Hank Gupton ("node8080")
OpenPGP Key 0x0F4D885E
"All generalizations are dangerous, even this one."
Allen Schultz wrote:
> I made a key with default settings. Can I delte the encrypting
> subkey that has not expiration date and remake one with an
> expiration date?
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