Robert J. Hansen
rjh at sixdemonbag.org
Tue Jan 13 17:29:58 CET 2015
Starting from an empty GnuPG 2.1.1 Win 7/x64 installation, I imported my
existing secret certificate for 0xD6B98E10 and set it to ultimate trust.
The result was a little ... weird.
C:\Users\rhansen>gpg --edit-key d6b98e10
Secret key is available.
created: 2008-07-30 expires: never usage: SC
trust: ultimate validity: ultimate
created: 2008-07-30 expires: never usage: E
created: 2013-03-14 expires: never usage: S
[ undef ] (1). Robert J. Hansen <rob at enigmail.net>
[ undef ] (2) Robert J. Hansen <rjh at sixdemonbag.org>
[ undef ] (3) Robert J. Hansen <rob at mozilla-enigmail.org>
[ undef ] (4) Robert J. Hansen <rjh at secret-alchemy.com>
[ revoked] (5) Robert J. Hansen <robert.hansen at redjack.com>
[ undef ] (6) [jpeg image of size 14285]
... Now, maybe I'm missing something completely obvious here (and if so,
it wouldn't be the first time), but if I have the secret part of a
certificate, and that certificate is marked as ultimately trusted, isn't
it a bit odd that the user IDs would possess undefined validity?
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