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Old 07-08-2008, 02:51 PM   #1
zdannar
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PGP/GPG Key servers. What is currently being used.


Hello All,

I currently maintain three different servers with pgp key rings. As it turns out this is not the most efficient management schema. I have spent some time on google and come accross projects like pks; I am insterested in getting info from others on what they are using for internal PGP management.

Simply stated.

Current:
2 gpg keyring
1 pgp keyring
Goal:
2 or 3 key servers that will syncronize and are accessable from
other hosts for python/perl/shell scripting purposes.

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