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RE: public key service
From: ktsolis () mindspring com
Date: Mon, 26 Jun 2000 16:14:30 -0400


Fairly reliable key servers 

horowitz.surfnet.nl:11371
certserver.pgp.com
pgp.ai.mit.edu:11371

Thanks to Len Sassaman at PGP for the heads-up.

cheers,
Kristen


-----Original Message-----
From:   Robert M. Enger [SMTP:enger () seka erols net]
Sent:   Monday, June 26, 2000 12:14 PM
To:     Randy Bush; nanog () nanog org
Subject:        Re: public key service


Randy:

I have been using:
         http://wwwkeys.us.pgp.net

It does not seem to be as heavily loaded as
many of the other servers.  (This posting is
now likely to destroy that advantage  :-)
Having said that, it still takes 10 seconds or
more to get a response.

It would be good to have a set of servers that
had enough horsepower to return answers more promptly.

Bob


At 11:25 AM 6/26/00 -0700, Randy Bush wrote:

pgp public key service is becoming critical infrastructure.  unfortunately,
i have been unable to get useful key lookup for a long time.  i have been
trying
   <http://pgpkeys.mit.edu/>
at jeff schiller's recommendation, and
  <http://bs.mit.edu:8001/pks-toplev.html>
which used to work once upon a time.  neither work for me.

what are people using?

and, if no one else is succeeding, is it time for the isp community to field
a reliable service?

randy






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