m.mansfeld at mansfeld-elektronik.de
Mon Dec 12 00:41:47 CET 2016
On 11 Dec 2016 at 20:43, Stephan Beck wrote:
> I'm truly interested in receiving such log files to have a look
> into it myself, but the list may be interested as well. If there was
> really something "special" about (precisely) my signatures, as you
> say, I'd be eager to know, check and take appropriate measures.
> Whereas you can live with the fact.
I will activate logging in PMail (in GPGRelay it is already running)
and post it (as zipped attachment would be fine?... I just need to
purge the passwords in the logfiles...).
How can I start the most verbose logging from GnuPG itself (gpg.conf
Please let me a few days time for this stuff, because the GnuPG
problem itself has currently no show-stopper priority (other
stuff must be done.... some printed wired board layouts ready before
Xmas, my main business...)
> Ah, and I'd urgently recommend to revoke (or have expired) at least
> the 1024 bit subkey for encryption, as it's obsolete (for some years
OK, these keys are rather old... I think I prefer expire (.. a bit
afraid of making some mistakes with revokation stuff and then messing
up the whole keys....) The remainig subkey (2048 bit RSA) should be
fine for encryption?
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