Thu Jun 5 22:51:03 2003
On Thu, Jun 05, 2003 at 07:08:12PM +0200, Werner Koch wrote:
> Meeting in person and verifying identities using an official document
> is the de-facto standard for many years and I see no reason why this
> dhould be changed.
That's something I wanted to ask for a long time: is it
sufficient to meet someone personally to sign her key?
I mean the following. An ID card provides a binding between you
and your name. But what about the e-mail address, which is
included in my uid as well? The ID card doesn't tell anything
How is this problem dealt with at key-signing parties? Is it
conventional to also check the e-mail address? If it is, how?
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