was Re: PGP Key Poisoner // now "Binding one person's subkey to another person's primary key"
Robert J. Hansen
rjh at sixdemonbag.org
Wed Aug 14 21:49:31 CEST 2019
> I've often wondered why the sks software didn't require
> cross-certification. It seems like that would solve the key poisoning
Not enough OCaml programmers, mostly.
Strange but true: SKS has no crypto code in it anywhere. So the moment
you say "I wonder why SKS doesn't do this thing that involves crypto,"
well, that's the answer: because it involves crypto and nobody has ever
added that capability to SKS.
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