Determining the trust path to a particular key
Wed Oct 30 01:23:01 2002
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> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Julian T J
> Midgley Sent: Tuesday, October 29, 2002 6:00 PM
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> Subject: Determining the trust path to a particular key
> I'm wondering if anyone has written a tool (or if gnupg
> itself has a means
> that I've not yet discovered) to trace the complete trust
> path from ones'
> own key to a particular key on the keyring.
I've heard of gpgwww. Jason Harris runs it on his keyserver. The URL
below will trace the path between my key and yours, for example.
Since trust paths do not have to be symmetrical, the trust path in
the opposite direction can differ. The path between our keys is like
this for example. To trace the path from your key back to mine,
simply reverse the arguments:
I don't know about running this locally. It would be nice to have a
tool that would take into account your GPG trust levels. I don't know
if such a tool exists.
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