[TriLUG] gpg/pgp keyservers?
Mon, 29 Apr 2002 17:19:20 -0400
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On Mon, Apr 29, 2002 at 12:49:47PM -0400, James Manning wrote:
> For Ken Mink's email my mutt's (well, gpg's) default keyserver is listed
> as wwwkeys.pgp.net and doesn't find his key there
I use wwwkeys.de.pgp.net.
> gpg: Warning: using insecure memory!
Yes, we all know the dangers of suid binaries, but you should consider
marking /usr/bin/gpg suid root to get rid of the above message. Just a
healthy paranoia that cuts both ways. :)
> 1) do the keyservers talk to each other? - (gpg(1)'s --keyserver option
> sez "All keyservers synchronize with each other - so there is no need
> to send keys to more than one server.")
Supposedly, but it doesn't appear to actually work that way. :-\
> 2) if wwwkeys.pgp.net is deprecated, where are the various places I'll ne=
> to specify a different keyserver?
Try the one I listed.
Dan Chen email@example.com
GPG key: www.unc.edu/~crimsun/pubkey.gpg.asc
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