PGP blunder

I’m a retard monkey nigger

So I was experimenting with PGP smart cards. I exported and saved the secret keys first, then I transferred the secret keys to the smart card. Then I backed up the secret keys AGAIN. Uhhhhh, the backup file got smaller, then I realized I’m a retard. The backup file was only containing a pointer to the secret keys on the smart card, I just overwritten my backup with a pointer.

Now the only secret keys are on the smart card, and if I fuck up again, I’m gonna lose my keys.

So I signed off a last message using the private key:

message signature revoke

So this key is revoked:

pub   rsa4096 2020-02-23 [SC] [revoked: 2021-05-15]
uid           [ revoked] fourchad <[email protected]>

This is the new key:

sec#  rsa4096 2021-05-15 [C] [expires: 2051-05-08]
uid           [ unknown] FourChad Dev <[email protected]>
uid           [ unknown] FourChad Dev <[email protected]>
ssb>  ed25519 2021-05-15 [S] [expires: 2022-05-15]
ssb>  cv25519 2021-05-15 [E] [expires: 2022-05-15]
ssb>  ed25519 2021-05-15 [A] [expires: 2022-05-15]

I didn’t know how gpg worded in detail, now I’m using subkeys and stuff. The old key was deleted from the smartcard, because smartcards are expensive and I have to make room for the new key.