How to better start a web of trust
Adrian 'Dagurashibanipal' von Bidder
Tue Jul 15 08:50:02 2003
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On Monday 14 July 2003 21:21, Renat Golubchyk wrote:
> I'm a newbie here so I have a pretty straight-forward question.
> None of my friends, relatives etc. signs or encrypts their messages - the
> only signed messages I ever see come from various mailing lists. I'd like
> to check the signatures of these mails, though. So it brings up some
> questions: 1. How to start a web of trust?
biglumber.com was mentioned - don't only look at biglumber, but also make y=
own entry. The site can only live when everybody who uses it also makes his=
entry, else there will never be any entries for new locations...
> 2. Is there a need for my relatives/friends to use gnupg (or something
> similar) for their communication?
I guess others answered that better than I could.
get my gpg key here: http://fortytwo.ch/gpg/92082481
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