Public Key not found.

Felipe Alvarez webmaster at
Wed May 13 03:01:23 CEST 2009

On Wed, 13 May 2009 08:48:55 Jake Bellew wrote:
> Possibly, while learning to use gpg I created two keys that I have
> ultimate trust with but I'm not sure. How can I remove them from my
> trustdb since I don't really know how they ended up there?
When I started out with gpg, I created and destroyed many private 
keys. i was very careful not to use them seriously, only to mess with on 
my private home suse box. I didn't upload them, and I didn't sign any 
documents with them. I didn't share them with anybody. I destroyed 
many, and made new ones, until I was comfortable with how gpg 
worked, and how (a)symmetric crypto works, etc.

Hopefully you have not uploaded your public key to a public keyserver. 
To delete your own private/public keys try [gpg --delete-secret-and-
public-key youremail at]

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