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From Antoine Levy-Lambert <>
Subject Re: Installing Ant, BAD KEY error
Date Wed, 16 Feb 2011 21:36:32 GMT

I have never used gpg4win. I have used gpg on the command line.

May be this Status: BAD means actually something worrying ? Maybe not.

You could try to check your download based upon the md5sum. If you have 
cygwin on your PC you can use a md5sum executable to check your download.

here is the command line for my last download of eclipse :

md5sum -c

Here is what I see when I run gpg from the command line :

$ gpg --verify
gpg: Signature made 12/20/10 13:50:22 using RSA key ID 82A7FBCD
gpg: Good signature from "Antoine Levy-Lambert (CODE SIGNING KEY) 
gpg: WARNING: This key is not certified with a trusted signature!
gpg:          There is no indication that the signature belongs to the 
Primary key fingerprint: 0BAD E59B 0EC2 4E68 C03C  A481 5EFA D9FE 82A7 FBCD


On 2/16/2011 1:01 PM, IfElse wrote:
> I am new to Ant and trying to install it in Windows 7. I'm also new to PGP. I
> downloaded the current binary ant .zip, .asc, and KEY files from the Apache
> site. Also downloaded and installed Gpg4win from GNU and installed it.
> When I use GPA (the GnuGP assistant) to check the .asc file with the KEY
> file I get the following information:
> KeyID: 82A7FBCD
> Status: BAD
> User Name: Antoine Levy-Lambert (CODE_SIGNING_KEY)
> I saw that there are past posts about this, but I couldn't tell from them
> what I should do now. Should I go ahead and unzip the file anyway?
> I did cross post this on the JGuru Ant forum- sorry if that's bad etiquette,
> but there did not seem to be much traffic there and I didn't see how to
> delete the post.

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