German ct magazine postulates death of pgp encryption
patrick at enigmail.net
Sun Mar 1 18:14:40 CET 2015
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On 01.03.15 18:11, MFPA wrote:
> On Sunday 1 March 2015 at 2:41:33 PM, in
> <mid:54F3251D.20300 at enigmail.net>, Patrick Brunschwig wrote:
>> The idea I have in mind is roughly as follows: if you upload a
>> key to a keyserver, the keyserver would send an encrypted email
>> to every UID in the key. Each encrypted mail contains a unique
>> link to confirm the email address. Once all email addresses are
>> confirmed, the key is validated and the keyserver will allow
>> access to it just like with any regular keyserver.
> What about keys with UIDs containing no email address?
The purpose of such a keyserver would be primarily targeted to email.
Thus I think such keys should be refused.
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