trust your corporation for keyowner identification?
expires2013 at ymail.com
Fri Nov 8 00:55:05 CET 2013
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On Thursday 7 November 2013 at 7:10:11 PM, in
<mid:20131107191011.GF470 at leortable>, Leo Gaspard wrote:
> But I still wonder how one should deal with key
> duplication (ie. owner of K1 now has a second key
If the owner doesn't revoke one, you could always disable one.
One approach might be to contact the owner and ask which key to use.
Or use the newest available key. Or just pick at random. Or encrypt to
both. Or use whichever the owner seems to use themself.
But they might have multiple keys for a reason, such as purpose of
communication. Or one for their phone and another for their computer.
MFPA mailto:expires2013 at ymail.com
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