PGP newbie question

Peter Peters P.G.M.Peters at
Fri Oct 3 09:15:25 IST 2003

On Thu, 2 Oct 2003 21:44:23 +0100, you wrote:

>>Yes, PGP works on a web of trust principle.  Just because you have a
>>public key which claims to represent Julian, doesn't mean it does
>>(anyone can produce a key which says they are anyone else).  You have to
>>decide for yourself whether (and how much) you trust Julians key - if
>>you do you can sign the key (gpg --sign-key "Julian Field") [You need to
>>have generated your own public and private key first].
>Peter Peters has signed my key, but it appears the key servers haven't
>sync-ed with each other yet as it's not on yet, and I don't
>know which key server he uploaded it to.

When I download your key again I notice it is signed bij James Ogden

Peter Peters, senior netwerkbeheerder
Dienst Informatietechnologie, Bibliotheek en Educatie (ITBE)
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