Duplicated User IDs arisen
rlaager at wiktel.com
Thu Jun 17 02:57:01 CEST 2004
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> which makes it questionable, in certain people's eyes,
> in a security application.
Keyservers are not trusted, by definition. Key signatures provide the
> Why jharris's patches for the much more common (and written in a
> commonly used language) PKS haven't been applied to the main source
> tree there would be a question for the maintainers of that
> keyserver software.
All publicly available patches for PKS that I'm aware of have been
applied to the tree available at http://pks.sf.net. The latest CVS
version there has been updated to use Berkeley DB 4. However, I think
SKS should be used instead of PKS if possible. PKS has a number of
bugs inherent in its design and is not being actively developed.
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