gpg --refresh with large keyrings and hkps in 2.1.1
guilhem at fripost.org
Mon Apr 20 14:03:44 CEST 2015
On Mon, 20 Apr 2015 at 11:34:10 +0200, Werner Koch wrote:
> On Mon, 20 Apr 2015 11:17, guilhem at fripost.org said:
>> Doesn't gpg use a single connection for the whole --refresh-keys? AFIK
>> the 10min windows (‘MaxCircuitDirtiness’ in the torrc) is only relevant
>> for new connections; I doubt tor client kills existing TCP connections
> At the gpg (or better openpgp) summit last weekend we talked about this
> and came up with the idea to add a --use-tor option to make it easier to
> use TOR.
That would be awesome! Please beware DNS leaks, though. Also, do you
plan to restore SOCKSv5 proxying (via --http-proxy and libcurl)? With
1.4 and 2.0 it's very convenient for fine-grained Tor circuit uses
(E.g., with libcurl's ‘socks5h://’ and a custom username:password.)
> I will work on these things with a higher priority.
Many thanks :-)
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