On Wed, Apr 10, 2002 at 04:40:03PM -0700, David D. W. Downey wrote: > For the purposes of consistency, I've signed the old lost key with the new > key and posted both keys to the keyservers. ... > I'm hereby using these emails, the signature on the old key as sent to > the keyservers, and the websites with the old and new keys as my "chain > of establishment" that the old keys was mine and that the new one is > mine. ... > Hopefully this will significantly establish the chain of owerships. I don't see how we can be sure that you (the new-key owner) are you (the old-key owner). As I understand it, this kind of "chain of establishment" can only work if you sign your new key with your old one. But IIUC you lost your old private key. I may be wrong, Christophe -- Christophe Barbé <firstname.lastname@example.org> GnuPG FingerPrint: E0F6 FADF 2A5C F072 6AF8 F67A 8F45 2F1E D72C B41E Dogs believe they are human. Cats believe they are God.
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