using an expired GPG key with ssh

Marko Bauhardt marko.bauhardt at
Tue Feb 16 20:26:48 CET 2016

>> I know that. But i saw not really an advantage to using the gpg agent, except of the using of TTL’s for keys i want to add.
>> What are your points to use the gpg-agent instead the ssh-agent?
> Using (or trying to setup) gpg-agent as a replacement for ssh-agent is
> just based on one idea: if you deal with gpg-keys, have the "original"
> application handle all key-related stuff, it was designed for doing so.
> If nothing else interferes, less errors should occur and less attack
> surface is presented. It merely is intuition, not science.

Make totally sense. I will try that out.



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