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: mircea_popescu: entirely possible that it wasn't in the orig sks
: mats: you might want the raw sks
set rather than mine then
: Logged on 2017-04-25 13:18 mats: asciilifeform: ok thanks for the heads up. can i get a dump of fingerprints from phuctor? i will crawl sks
: asciilifeform: ok thanks for the heads up. can i get a dump of fingerprints from phuctor? i will crawl sks
: unless an ~existing~ sks
user gives you a connection
: Logged on 2017-04-25 04:28 mats: before i install sks
and figure out how to wrangle bdb - someone have a dump of ascii armored pub keys?
: before i install sks
and figure out how to wrangle bdb - someone have a dump of ascii armored pub keys?☟
: i published an sks
eater here a few yrs ago, search logs
: asciilifeform linked a dump at some point, check the logs. the principal parts are a sks
+trims (keybase, whatnot) dump that might be still available, though 2 years back in logs, and Framedragger 's ssh scan results, which he might share with you.
: mircea_popescu: sks
does in fact find a key immediately if such is known.
: Logged on 2017-04-07 16:05 asciilifeform: which, note, replaces, e.g., sks
and other heathen idiocies.
: which, note, replaces, e.g., sks
and other heathen idiocies.☟
: Logged on 2016-06-17 02:16 asciilifeform: btw does mircea_popescu know what would happen if a pgp key with his main key but new magical subkey were generated and posted to sks
: and, again, 'displayify daily' will nuke the 'use as sks
, check pasted keys in real time' aspect.
: because sks
gave it to us with a revoke cert glued on.
: mircea_popescu: the other obvious thing would be to dispense with 'real time submission' entirely, and when someone dumps in a key, it goes into next batch. but we discussed this earlier in this thread, it would mean that the thing cannot be used as sks
: 'just popped' means that you can no longer use it, as previously suggested, in place of sks
, for instance.
: will keep sitting there until the last sks
: recall, it was an sks
key, rather than from ssh scan.
: we also have jurov's keys, and new sks
sets, and who knows by then what else.
: i will add that the thing does not appear to reside on sks
, though other items advertised as 'seclab' -- are
: but at any rate, "I published to sks
before old expired" is also broken.
: wouldn't one want to actually verify the key components and not just that sks
coughed something up for a given fp?
: wtf was that anyway, "go do this and then wait for its imperial majesty usg.sks
for until they feel like it". since when!
: but at least then it'll be in 2 places, vs 1, and neither'll be sks
: after submission of your key, it takes a while for sks
to process and index the key so it can be "searchable"
: might be wrong about that. sks
: about all i can do is try to look up your FP in some sks
keyserver to see if its there to resolve that dependency.
: no need to force people to sks
; not like we're supporting the kochabomination
: first case of koch-gpg / openshit-ssh keys sharing a factor. pity it's such a lulzy one, HOWEVER, it does make the "sks
error" nonsense just a little more lulzy.
: though their 'is' is quite lulzy, e.g., the sks
server talk is about 'This talk will discuss some experiences operating the services and discuss new features related to new specifications such as Elliptic Curves (including but not limited to Ed25519 and Curve25519) and the experimental Tor support available at hkp://jirk5u4osbsr34t5.onion in addition to providing an overview of the other available pools such as the TLS enabled HKPS p
: mircea_popescu: this then is a critique of sks
keyservers, strictly. there was a thread on their ML, they rejected the idea of rejecting such subkeys (...)
: it's not "the sks
server" that is retarded. is the concept of machine-spread rsa key that's retarded ; much in the way of "machine-generated trust", be it embodied in "dao" or "colored coins" or "safe bitbet"
, lulzily, continues to insist on displaying the short fp.
: see, each key is what came out of sks
or whoever dumped it in.
: mircea_popescu: i'd remove sks
from your 'contact me' page if i were you
: i set up an sks
node at one point but barfed when i learned that i would have to ask heathens for PERMISSION
: Logged on 2016-07-15 19:55 asciilifeform: speaking of which, i'd still like to know where bock got all of those pubkeys that aren't in sks
: and what, precisely, kept him from having exact superset of sks
, for that matter, i got quite a few which he did not.
: speaking of which, i'd still like to know where bock got all of those pubkeys that aren't in sks
: in other nyooz, phuctor has crunched all of sks
circa may 2016.
: for one thing, we could nail the question of whether the sks
folk tell the truth in re 'nothing is ever removed'
: midnightmagic: i started with an only slightly younger sks
: asciilifeform: If you are interested in a copy of the SKS
keyset as of.. I want to say mid-2012 or so (the same one that was used as evidence that Craig Wright backdated his keys) I can stuff it into an archive for you.
: mircea_popescu: current sks
still has ~2 wks of juice in it
: i expect that obviously phuctorable keyz will vanish from sks
in not too long, likewise.
: can even go in parallel with the current sks
: btw does mircea_popescu know what would happen if a pgp key with his main key but new magical subkey were generated and posted to sks
: btw i'd choose self-sigs over "trust sks
keyservers not to include fake subkeys" any time of the year. obvs the point is to disassemble this false dichotomy. but short-term, self-sigs are not useless at all.
: the sks
folk are dead set in favour of hosting random crapolade.
: these diddled keys.. they can just be re-uploaded to sks
keyservers all the time, no? maybe keyservers should have a phuctor-like policy of rejecting shitty keys?
: Logged on 2016-06-05 02:49 mircea_popescu: nope. i have nfi how they could possibly "bitrot" seeing how the sks
updates are really supposed to pass hashes of files too
: nope. i have nfi how they could possibly "bitrot" seeing how the sks
updates are really supposed to pass hashes of files too☟
: and would appear to prove that anybody can upload whatever the fuck rubbish to sks
and it will propagate.
: 'people will upload cp to sks
!1111' 'what to DOOOOOO?!!!' 'censor everything!'
<< briefly returning to this thread, there is a remaining possibility - that at one point there were ~many more~ phuctorable pubkeys extant, but most were somehow purged, 'accidented' from sks
. with that in mind i would ask for whosoever might know of a historic (1990s vintage) archive of pgp keyz.☝︎