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[kleopatra] [Bug 397341] New: PGP keys: Changing expiration date doesn't change expiration date of all subkeys
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2018-08-10 12:44:30 UTC
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Bug ID: 397341
Summary: PGP keys: Changing expiration date doesn't change
expiration date of all subkeys
Product: kleopatra
Version: unspecified
Platform: Gentoo Packages
OS: Linux
Status: UNCONFIRMED
Severity: normal
Priority: NOR
Component: general
Assignee: ***@intevation.de
Reporter: ***@googlemail.com
CC: kdepim-***@kde.org, ***@kde.org
Target Milestone: ---

When changing the expiration date of a PGP key only the subkeys for certifying
and signing are changed, while the subkey for encryption remains unchanged.

How to reproduce:
1. Change the expiration date of a key (either using right-click -> "Change
Expiry Date" or right-click -> "Details" -> pen symbol next to "Expires")
2. look at expiration dates of subkeys (right-click -> "Details" -> "More
details")

Expected results: all subkeys have been set to expire at the new expiration
date

Actual result: Only the subkey with the usage "Certify, Sign" has been set to
the new expiration date, while the subkey with the usage "Encrypt" remains
unchanged

kleopatra version 18.04.3
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