1994-04-28 - PGP Question:

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From: sico@aps.hacktic.nl (Sico Bruins)
To: cypherpunks@toad.com
Message Hash: c7e55f43e608a6227b28e68d6731040bd736bfa35b836e4fde52869f6fe97a7e
Message ID: <e26_9404280718@apsf.hacktic.nl>
Reply To: <9404262046.AA00927@Central.KeyWest.MPGN.COM>
UTC Datetime: 1994-04-28 21:20:58 UTC
Raw Date: Thu, 28 Apr 94 14:20:58 PDT

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From: sico@aps.hacktic.nl (Sico Bruins)
Date: Thu, 28 Apr 94 14:20:58 PDT
To: cypherpunks@toad.com
Subject: PGP Question:
In-Reply-To: <9404262046.AA00927@Central.KeyWest.MPGN.COM>
Message-ID: <e26_9404280718@apsf.hacktic.nl>
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Tuesday April 26 1994 22:46, "Jim Sewell":

 "S> From: "Jim Sewell" <jims@Central.KeyWest.MPGN.COM>
 "S> Message-Id: <9404262046.AA00927@Central.KeyWest.MPGN.COM>
 "S> Date: Tue, 26 Apr 1994 16:46:37 -0400 (EDT)


 "S>    as" to my key.  Since my name is the same in both and the
 "S>    mentioned keysizes are all that have changed I'd like to remove
 "S>    the AKA.  Can I do this?  If so how?

That's a big problem with PGP, so before you go experimenting first backup your
key. When I tried editing an aka on mine (my email address had changed) I lost
other people's signatures on my key. :-(

CU,  Sico (sico@aps.hacktic.nl).

[PGP public key:]
bits/keyID   Date       User ID
1024/5142B9 1992/09/09  Sico Bruins <Fido: 2:280/404>
     Key fingerprint =  16 9A E1 12 37 6D FB 09  F6 AD 55 C6 BB 25 AC 25
                        (InterNet: sico@aps.hacktic.nl)