Checking key server response against the request parameters

Stefan Tomanek tomanek at
Sat Oct 5 12:34:30 CEST 2013


Dies schrieb Werner Koch (wk at

> > I just noticed that gnupg will even import secret keys from any keyserver
> > response if the key data is prefixed with "BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY DATA".
> That is correct.  It will do so even for keys retrieved via DNS.  I have
> a pretty simple patch against this in the queue.

With that sorted out, did you find the time to look over my patch regarding the
matching of keyserver responses to their request parameters?

Stefan Tomanek
if(is) - Institut für Internet-Sicherheit
Westfälische Hochschule, Gelsenkirchen
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