new version of gnupg signed with different key?
John W. Moore III
johnmoore3rd at joimail.com
Fri Feb 17 16:34:13 CET 2006
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Joerg Schmitz-Linneweber wrote:
> [Are you on ham radio btw. :-) ?]
> I did a short review on the diff from 1.4.2 and it seems there are only the
> changes regarding the mentioned vuln. and I think Werner (et.al) switched
> from CVS to Subversion.... :-) Right?
There are also 'diffs' regarding Keyserver handling. (i.e. cURL)
gpg.zip has been added.
'backsig' support now included.
The above, along with some other minor tweaks make 1.4.3 much more
'nimble' than 1.4.2.
Rather than continue, I heartily suggest giving 1.4.3rc1 a through
Er, what is your Amateur Radio status wk? A GnuPG Net would be quite
convenient. Even if we couldn't _use_ encryption on the air, it would
provide a casual forum for spreading knowledge.
Timestamp: Friday 17 Feb 2006, 10:33 --500 (Eastern Standard Time)
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