I've forgotten the passphrase to a GPG key-pair.
Is it possible to change the passphrase without
knowing the curent (forgotten) passphrase?
Fortunately, this isn't actually a Big Deal,
since the key-pair in question is a rarely-used
test key-pair. I can simply replace it with a
new key-pair, and adjust the relevant test-cases.
(Can I delete the old key-pair without knowing
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