PGP Global Directory
Stewart V. Wright
swright at physics.adelaide.edu.au
Mon Dec 13 01:36:34 CET 2004
* Neil Williams <linux at codehelp.co.uk> [041212 06:30]:
> Keys uploaded to the new keyserver result in an email to the main email
> address of the key to see if the email address in the key actually exists and
> is functional and, if so, the key is signed by PGP's Global Directory
> Verification Key.
Well, in my experience this is probably the stupidest keyserver (or
coders?) on the net.
I received an email asking me to verify a key that has been revoked!
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