hashed user IDs redux [was: Re: Creating a key bearing no user ID]
dougb at dougbarton.us
Sun Jan 29 00:37:01 CET 2012
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On 01/28/2012 04:25, MFPA wrote:
> On Friday 27 January 2012 at 12:48:30 AM, in
> <mid:4F21F45E.7060308 at dougbarton.us>, Doug Barton wrote:
>> whatever you like in the name and e-mail fields, and
>> notify the people you communicate with
> Which is exactly what I do already, using a key with "MFPA <a at b.c>" as
> its sole User ID.
>> There is no software modification needed to accomplish what you want
>> to do.
> I also want people who already have an email address for me (or
> potentially a name, if not too common) to be able to use that as a
> search string to find my key from a server.
Assuming that you have to pass your s0uP3r Se3kr!7 e-mail address OOB
anyway, just pass them the fingerprint at the same time.
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