OpenPGP key verification + legal framework

Juergen Bruckner juergen at
Mon Nov 5 20:12:34 CET 2018

Hello all,

there is a lot of hassle about using Gmail, but this is not really the
topic here.

If I want an "independent" ID verification on my GPG key, I can also use
CAcert. There the signing of GPG keys is offered for a long time.

best regards

Am 05.11.18 um 18:03 schrieb Damien Goutte-Gattat via Gnupg-users:
> Hi,
> On Mon, Nov 05, 2018 at 05:13:41PM +0100, Juergen Bruckner wrote:
>> I just tried to register with a key who has several user-ID's
>> (e-mail-adresses) and I always got the error that the user-ID is not the
>> same as in log-in/registered e-mail.
> From what they say on the home page [1] this is expected: your key is
> supposed to have only one user ID whose email component must match
> the email address of your Google account...
> ... which, by the way, is a big "no" for me. :/
> Damien
> [1]!/
>> To become member of Cryptonomica:
>> [...]
>> Public PGP Key should have one user ID with first name, last
>> name and user e-mail. E-mail in the key should be the same as in
>> Google account, that you use to login to Cryptonomica server.
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Juergen M. Bruckner
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