John A. Martin
Mon, 04 Oct 1999 20:44:28 -0400
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>>>>> "Chris" == Chris Hilts "Keyservers"
>>>>> Mon, 4 Oct 1999 20:21:21 +0000
Chris> Could someone please tell me of a gnupg keyserver? I'd like
Chris> to submit my key and look up other keys, but don't know
Chris> where I can do this.
Have you visited <http://wwwkeys.pgp.net/> lately?
Is it true that keyservers influenced by NAI seem happy grab keys from
public servers like those cooperating with pgp.net but are unwilling
to share their keys with the likes of pgp.net? Is it also true that
recent PGP software has been distributed to put keys only to the NAI
influenced keyservers by default?
The above conjecture seems to be consistent with my limited
observations. It is however only a conjecture.
So, to repeat the original question, where is _the most effective_
place to put public keys?
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