[Enigmail] New GnuPG 2.0.27

Robert J. Hansen rjh at sixdemonbag.org
Sat Mar 21 22:22:00 CET 2015

> the point was: is it possible to further use a key that has/had MD5 and now
> throws a warning by modifying it. If not, then the only way seems to be to
> delete the key - if one doesn't want to /allow-weak-digest-algos/ .

D'oh -- my bad.

By "old key" I thought the poster meant, you know, an old *OpenPGP* key.

MD5 sigs mean the key is ClassicPGP.

I'm sorry for the confusion!

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