pfeiffer at cs.nmsu.edu
Wed Jan 12 21:44:20 MST 2011
We've just wandered past my minimal knowledge of the system: I've got
a key with key ID F88D7BBD, associated with the name
pfeiffer at cs.nmsu.edu. It's got a subkey with name
joseph at pfeifferfamily.net, with key ID FC3C063AF88D7BBD, which is what
I used to sign that message. First I noticed that the IDs were
different... looking with seahorse, you seem to have a similar
situation with samat at samat.org having key ID 4A456FBA, and three
subkeys all starting with 20C6F0A64A56FBA.
Just to see what happens, I'm using my @cs identity for this one.
Samat K Jain writes:
>On Wednesday, January 12, 2011 05:03:13 pm Joe Pfeiffer wrote:
>> Now that Samat's jogged my memory, I'm playing with PGP signing
>> again. So... is this message correctly signed?
>Yep, signed correctly.
>But, it's a different key than the one I signed that day, which was 0xF88D7BBD. Did you create a new one?
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