[pass] There is no assurance this key belongs to the named user

Chris Down chris at chrisdown.name
Wed Apr 16 03:47:07 CEST 2014

Jason A. Donenfeld writes:
> But before you do that, would you test if adding "--trust-model
> always" to the relevant $GPG invocation suppresses that message?
> And if it does, mailing list: do we want to add this?

My opinion: we are not security experts, we should let GPG do its thing
and assume the user knows what they are doing. Modifying the trust model
is not something that I think we should do.
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