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Re: Extending Expiration Date of an Already-Expired GPG Key



On Sunday 22 February 2009 08:39:34 Anne Wilson wrote:
> On Sunday 22 February 2009 08:16:04 Ed Greshko wrote:
> > That info came from the OpenPGP key management gui....
> >
> > [egreshko misty Jia-Ying]$ gpg --list-sigs cochranb speakeasy net
> > pub   1024D/C2C60518 2008-01-19 [expires: 2010-02-21]
> > uid                  Robert L. Cochran (Greenbelt)
> > <cochranb speakeasy net> sig          31014A12 2008-02-14  [User ID not
> > found]
> > sig 3        C2C60518 2009-02-21  Robert L. Cochran (Greenbelt)
> > <cochranb speakeasy net>
> > sig 3        C2C60518 2008-01-19  Robert L. Cochran (Greenbelt)
> > <cochranb speakeasy net>
> > sig       X  CA57AD7C 2008-02-03  [User ID not found]
>
> C2C60518 gives the 2010 expiry date, as it says above.  However, CA57AD7C
> shows on mine as expiring on 18/01/09.  I wonder why that is, and whether
> that is the cause of the problem?
>
> There are some screwy things going on with gpg at the moment.   Yesterday I
> opened Robert's message and got a no-key, imported it, and all seemed well.
> This morning the same message shows 'bad signature'.  Something wrong, or
> something not updated yesterday?  I don't know.
>
> Robert, please send me an off-list signed message so that we can test the
> simpler case.
>
Some corruption crept in somewhere.  I deleted Robert's key, re-imported it, 
then refreshed all keys on my keyring.  Now Robert's original message shows up 
correctly again.  Screwy, but there you are.

Anne

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