can someone verify the gnupg Fingerprint for pubkey?

david at david at
Mon Jun 11 22:59:22 CEST 2012

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On 10/06/12 15:36, Sam Smith wrote:
> Mr. Koch, can you (or anyone else) recommend a book that is good for novices like myself that covers GPG public keys and can help me learn how to verify identity based on the chain of trust (self-signatures and other signatures as you said in your email ) and covers other aspects of how GPG works with regards to the PGP model?
>> From: wk at
>> To: smickson at
>> CC: david at; gnupg-users at
>> Subject: Re: can someone verify the gnupg Fingerprint for pubkey?
>> Date: Sat, 9 Jun 2012 10:19:37 +0200
>> On Fri,  8 Jun 2012 23:41, smickson at said:
>>> Another thing is that downloading the key from that link you provided
>>> is no guarantee of safety in and of itself either because the page is
>>> not being hosted over SSL with confirmed identity information. So
>> That is not relevant.  The key (correct OpenPGP term is �keyblock� but
>> sometimes also called �certificate�) is in itself secure; the included
>> self-signature and signatures from other people shall be used to
>> evaluate the identity of the key owner.
>> Shalom-Salam,
>>    Werner
>> -- 
>> Die Gedanken sind frei.  Ausnahmen regelt ein Bundesgesetz.
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Hello Sam,

I am constantly adding books to my web site - take a look at my web site - see link below.


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