Mark H. Wood mwood at IUPUI.Edu
Wed Apr 27 16:31:38 CEST 2011

On Wed, Apr 27, 2011 at 02:29:51AM -0400, Grant Olson wrote:
> Issuing a revocation would be more critical if you thought the key had
> been compromised.  But if the private key inaccessible to everyone,
> including you, I don't think there are any exploits you need to worry about.

Maybe he thinks that the key might be compromised in the future.  It's
still out there.  There is a lot of future left.  He has lost control
of the key.

(I know:  I'm arguing both sides.  I don't have a key guesser to share,
and we don't know enough about the problem as the OP sees it.)

Mark H. Wood, Lead System Programmer   mwood at IUPUI.Edu
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