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Re: Diner Public Keys for Encryption
« Reply #15 on: January 29, 2016, 08:58:11 PM »
Now you have created a new Public Key for you with a different name, kollapsnik.  People will probably keep using the old Public Key, named Reverse Engineer, so you will need to keep the old RE Private/Public Keys (and passphrase) anyway to decrypt those messages AND the new pair (and passphrase).  Considering the potential for confusion, it's not such a good idea to have more keys than absolutely need to.

The only person I ever use this with is you PY.  I don't forsee this as a major problem.

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