[HowTo] use gpg2.1 with an onion service
wk at gnupg.org
Fri Sep 18 09:20:28 CEST 2015
On Thu, 17 Sep 2015 17:32, dkg at fifthhorseman.net said:
> to be clear, i think you want A lookups, AAAA lookups, and SRV lookups,
> right? Or do we want even more than that, for example CERT records,
Right. And yes, I expect CERT or OPENPGPKEY records to becode important
soon. PTR lookups are probably also required.
> Would it be possible to start with a --use-tor flag that implied no use
> of SRV or OPENPGPKEY or anything else? then people could set that in
That would be an option. The full resolver functionality is required
for the pools. But for a single server we can change the code to skip
all the pool stuff.
> This seems to be the current state of things:
Thanks for the pointers.
> Another option would be use a DNS server that supports TCP, of
> course. (e.g. google's 126.96.36.199 offers TCP connections) That could be
In fact, all DNS servers need to support TCP for longer results.
However I do not want to write my own resolver (or well, for Windows we
are already use my forked ADNS). I need to look at the state of things
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