receive my signed keys
ramon.loureiro at upf.edu
Sat Nov 1 22:57:49 CET 2008
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David Shaw wrote:
> On Nov 1, 2008, at 7:26 AM, Ramon Loureiro wrote:
>> hi Imagine that I loose my pubring... Is it posible to ask a
>> keyserver for all the public keys I have signed
>> gpg --receive-keys-sgned-by 0x80C7D647 ?????
> For most keyservers, there is no way to ask such a question (it
> actually is possible in the LDAP keyserver, but the LDAP servers -
> intentionally - aren't synchronized with the rest of the pool).
> You can do it yourself though: go to Wotsap and search on your own
> key in the "Key Statistics" section. This will give you a list of
> all keys signed by your key. Then fetch those keys from any handy
Very cool aplication!
> This only works, of course, if the key that you signed is on the
> keyservers in the first place. If it isn't, then it won't appear
> in the list and won't be fetchable from the keyservers anyway.
I wonder why the keyserver he/they use
(http://wwwkeys.ch.pgp.net:11371/pks/) is not synced with the others
(I found a very old version of my key...)
GPG BE8E 5136 6A32 B5EF 0105 0DFB C559 2ACB 80C7 D647
Gossamer Web of Trust http://www.gswot.org
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