Re: unsafe use of gpg
[Timo Juhani Lindfors]
> Peter Samuelson <email@example.com> writes:
> > Note that this adds a keyring to the current list. If the intent
> > is to use the specified keyring alone, use --keyring along with
> > --no-default-keyring.
> You probably read "man gpg" but gpgv is simpler:
> gpgv: Invalid option "--no-default-keyring"
You're right, in gpgv, it appears you _can't_ suppress the default
keyring, ~/.gnupg/trustedkeys.gpg. So either ensure that this file
does not exist, or set HOME or GNUPGHOME or --homedir to a location
where it will not exist.