hashed user IDs redux [was: Re: Creating a key bearing no user ID]
expires2012 at rocketmail.com
Sun Jan 29 17:56:29 CET 2012
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On Saturday 28 January 2012 at 6:29:10 PM, in
<mid:4F243E76.2090400 at tx.rr.com>, John Clizbe wrote:
> To repeat: OpenPGP and the keyserver network were NEVER
> designed to operate in the manner you wish. I doubt
> they ever will operate in that manner. You cannot blind
> a UID from other UIDs on a certificate. The day
> keyservers selectively return certificate information
> is the day the keyservers no longer are trusted.
I was not suggesting the information be selectively returned. The
whole key would be returned; any UIDs that contained digests instead
of plaintext would reveal no information to the user.
> Like Rob, I'm done. There is no more to explain. Adios.
> Sayonara. Goodbye.
MFPA mailto:expires2012 at rocketmail.com
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