thomas at northernsecurity.net
Tue Feb 10 16:33:46 CET 2004
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On Tue, Feb 10, 2004 at 05:23:22PM +0200, Robert Golovniov wrote:
> Hello gnupg-users,
> Does anybody know of an OpenPGP keyserver running on UNIX/Linux that
> could be used in a closed environment (for example, LAN with no
> Internet connection)?
Not trying to be rude, but whats the point? The keys on a private
keyserver wont be updated unless you do it manually.
But to answer you question. All available keyservers is able to run on a
seperate network, you only have to stop them generating logs when they
aren't able to sync with other server.
The SKS-keyserver website is available at http://www.nongnu.org/sks/
== thomas at northernsecurity.net | thomas at se.linux.org
== Encrypted e-mails preferred | GPG KeyID: 114AA85C
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