WKD for GitHub pages
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Sun Jan 10 18:47:14 CET 2021
On Sun, Jan 10, 2021 at 6:01 PM Ángel <angel at pgp.16bits.net> wrote:
> sequoia is in the wrong here. You don't have a valid SSL cert for
> openpgpkey.sac001.github.io Either they are not supporting the advanced
> method (maybe they follow an older draft?) or they ignore the
> certificate failure (which would be quite bad).
> The issue here is why github is publishing subdomains that nobody can
> use, anyway. This would usually be harder (why create a openpgp
> subdomain if you don't want it?), but GitHub configuration is already
> sufficiently advanced that it breaks this (it was simpler for them to
> configure their nameservers to also return that for subdomains?).
Can you tell me/us in laymen terms how this works with gnupg.org?
openpgpkey.gnupg.org has address 126.96.36.199
openpgpkey.gnupg.org has IPv6 address 2001:aa8:fff1:100::22
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