Verified Commit 39d9c325 authored by Ingo Klöcker's avatar Ingo Klöcker Committed by Ingo Klöcker
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Refuse to certify revoked or expired keys

Certifying expired keys is technically possible with gpg, but (currently)
not with gpgme, and it makes little sense. Instead of running into a
confusing error we inform the user that they cannot do this.

GnuPG-bug-id: 6155
parent 805356a0
......@@ -148,6 +148,16 @@ void CertifyCertificateCommand::doStart()
// hold on to the key to certify to avoid invalidation during refreshes of the key cache
d->target = keys.front();
if (d->target.isExpired() || d->target.isRevoked()) {
const auto title = d->target.isRevoked() ? i18nc("@title:window", "Key is Revoked") : i18nc("@title:window", "Key is Expired");
const auto message = d->target.isRevoked() //
? i18nc("@info", "This key has been revoked. You cannot certify it.")
: i18nc("@info", "This key has expired. You cannot certify it.");
d->information(message, title);
d->finished();
return;
}
auto findAnyGoodKey = []() {
const std::vector<Key> secKeys = KeyCache::instance()->secretKeys();
return std::any_of(secKeys.cbegin(), secKeys.cend(), [](const Key &secKey) {
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