wk at gnupg.org
Thu Oct 11 11:05:03 CEST 2018
On Wed, 10 Oct 2018 20:33, siemons at cleanfuels.nl said:
> gpg: decryption failed: No secret key
Well, you don't have the secret key (aka private key) to decrypt the
> sec rsa2048 2009-09-27 [SCA]
> ssb rsa2048 2009-09-27 [E]
> ssb# rsa2048 2017-03-18 [E]
That last key _seems_ to be used. On the keyserver I only found the
first subkey and thus I can't be sure. Use
gpg --with-subkey-fingerprint -K
to also show the fingerprints of subkeys. However, that subkey has been
taken offline and that can be the reason why you see the "No secret key"
> sec> rsa2048 2017-03-18 [SC]
> Card serial no. = 0005 000047CF
> uid [ unknown] Roland Siemons <R.V.Siemons at alumnus.utwente.nl>
> ssb> rsa2048 2017-03-18 [A]
> ssb> rsa2048 2017-03-18 [E]
May it be that the last key is the same subkey as the one above?
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