gnupg passphrase can't create revocation certificate
uncle.mike at email.it
Wed Sep 15 12:02:04 CEST 2010
yesterday I created a gnupg rsa key and I pubblished it to the mit keyserver
to see how gnupg works.
After that I tried to ceate a revocation certificate, but when I enter the
passphrase the program say "incorrect passphrase" :s
now, i'm sure that the passphrase is "l'hccds:)"
is there a problem whit special chars in gnupg (I'm using ubuntu 10.04lts)?
I also thinked that I wrote wrong password twice times (zero probability gh)
when I created the key and so I used rephrase
(http://www.roguedaemon.net/rephrase/) with some patterns like these
with no result
I do not know what to think :(
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