[Sks-devel] Re: Key strangeness
yminsky at cs.cornell.edu
Sun Feb 8 13:20:37 CET 2004
Hmmm. I am confused. When I query 0x3A546EC2, I get the right key.
Again, this is from sks.dnsalias.net. Here's the URL I tried:
Any examples of keyserver weirdness would be more useful if they were
accompanied by the actual URLs that elicited the odd behavior.
David Shaw said:
> On Sun, Feb 08, 2004 at 09:58:23AM -0500, David Shaw wrote:
>> On Sun, Feb 08, 2004 at 07:22:09AM -0500, Yaron Minsky wrote:
>> > Uh, some more info please? I still don't quite understand the nature
>> > the problem. Both keyids pull up (different) keys belonging to one
>> > jeremy at durge.org. And one of them looks very much like the other with
>> > primary key packet replaced. But they are both there, at least on
>> > sks.dnsalias.net. So I don't quite understand in what way SKS is
>> > to have malfunctioned.
>> Last night, I requested key 0x3A546EC2 from sks.keyserver.penguin.de.
>> The armored key blob that the server sent turned out to be key
>> In short, if I request 0x7EDB7A47, I get 0x7EDB7A47. If I request
>> 0x3A546EC2, I still get 0x7EDB7A47. The 0x7EDB7A47 I do get looks
>> like it has the self-sigs from 0x3A546EC2.
>> I just tried it again, with the same results from sks.dnsalias.net.
>> This is likely not a SKS-specific problem, as pgp.mit.edu (running
>> pksd) does the same thing.
> Recent update: some new valid self-sigs for and on 0x7EDB7A47 just
> showed up on sks.dnsalias.net. Requesting 0x3A546EC2 still brings up
> 0x7EDB7A47 though.
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