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Wed Mar 16 21:29:29 CET 2022
> Well, that was good advice, however you didn't have to revoke your
> key. Your key was not compromized by using a different key server.
> You'll revoke your key when you think something is wrong with
> your private key. And it basically is a public notice to
> anybody else to not trust that key after a certain date. But
> it will not remove the key from anywhere. It's out there for good.
Got it! I didn't know...
> > >
> > > >
> > >
> > In fact, while following some instructions for use, I have just tried
> > to generate the revocation certificates.
> > As English is not my native language, there may have been an
> > ambiguity
> > in the form of my question.
> > I mistakenly used the term "performed", when I simply tried to
> > generate
> > the certificates,
> > just to have them on hand...
> That is common practice. And yes I obviously misunderstood.
Thanks again Henning :)
Hubert Lombard <contact at hubert-lombard.website>
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