The never-ending GD discussion,part 74
alphasigmax at gmail.com
Thu Oct 27 12:56:15 CEST 2005
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>>It turns out that this way is even the best one (so far; and in the
>>"category" of the worldwide scattering of the keys): you can't upload
>>any key without authorization, and you can upload as much of them as you
> Yes this may be the best of both types of servers. It seems to be a very
> small change in protocol. Verification of identity by challenge/response
> and allowing more than one keys attached to same email address.
> Why have this found it's way into server protocol implementations?
> Are there any hidden problems at first sight?
It would disallow freeform UIDs.
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