Proof of email ownership
berndj at prism.co.za
Mon Aug 8 09:37:10 CEST 2005
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On Sun, Aug 07, 2005 at 02:48:56PM +0200, Werner Koch wrote:
> gpg detects that foo.gpg has the notation key pka-address at gnupg.org
> and takes its value (werner at example.org) to run a DNS query like:
> $ host -t txt werner._pka.example.org
> werner._pka.example.org text "v=pka1\;fpr=A4D94E92B0986AB5EE9DC\
> D755DE249965B0358A2\;uri=finger:wk at example.com"
> Now it compares the fingerprint given in that Text record against the
Do these TXT records support having multiple keys associated with the
same email address? For example, I use D7CBA633 for "everyday" signing
and encryption, and 24EEB426 for tin foil hat applications.
[Yes, I know I should start using a newer GnuPG.]
> BTW, sometimes the lack of a specific response indicates *agreement*.
Just in case you thought I was agreeing with you.
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