I've changed a passphrase for a secret key:
$ gpg --edit-key <PUBKEY_ID> passwd <old_passphrase> <new_passphrase> <new_passphrase> save
gpgconf --reload, however the old password still is in use when trying to decrypt.
$ gpg2 -d somefile.gpg where this file is encrypted with a public subkey of the one I changed the passphrase of. It prompts me for the passphrase and only accepts
However, when I run
$ gpg --edit-key <PUBKEY_ID> and
passwd again, it does require me to use
<new_passphrase> to unlock the key.
What is going wrong here?
Running KDE Neon 5.8 (Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial based)
$ gpgconf --list-components gpg:GPG for OpenPGP:/usr/bin/gpg2 gpg-agent:GPG Agent:/usr/bin/gpg-agent scdaemon:Smartcard Daemon:/usr/lib/gnupg2/scdaemon gpgsm:GPG for S/MIME:/usr/bin/gpgsm dirmngr:Key Acquirer:/usr/bin/dirmngr pinentry:PIN and Passphrase Entry:/usr/bin/pinentry