Jason Harris | 31 Dec 00:18 2007

new (2007-12-09) keyanalyze results (+sigcheck)


New keyanalyze results are available at:

  http://keyserver.kjsl.com/~jharris/ka/2007-12-09/

Signatures are now being checked using keyanalyze+sigcheck:

  http://keyserver.kjsl.com/~jharris/aaronl/

Earlier reports are also available, for comparison:

  http://keyserver.kjsl.com/~jharris/ka/

Even earlier monthly reports are at:

  http://dtype.org/keyanalyze/

SHA-1 hashes and sizes for all the "permanent" files:

573ed138b5877ae55852ff1c577dd4fafcda49b4        15508800        preprocess.keys
35ac99ee5c11a932ee8d3d7b39fc8388f78ac490        8920943 othersets.txt
ad356b40fdc6ca88dff821b6cf369da5ad1cc6aa        3747276 msd-sorted.txt

97d10a3317044d912ea66645f36eb32b47cd2127        2282    keyring_stats
3f097ce2d384222762318e0266ccea688dfca9e4        1472118 msd-sorted.txt.bz2
5157cc711adc5d24306502040c312ed16963e753        2975778 msd.txt
ea3615bdb3a8001aee9bd843a80d08aac094b3f6        26      other.txt
b570c3d65da6ed2b542488e2bc8f65df28163198        1941797 othersets.txt.bz2
82c9651fd781fc47bf41820af043d4399d8e5375        6341320 preprocess.keys.bz2
2a2b047e22925160eac22e113403b078fb87d253        16023   status.txt
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Jonathan Oxer | 6 Dec 04:16 2007
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PKS network mailsync peers

I've been running an SKS keyserver now for a little while with no
mailsync entry to send updates to the PKS network. Looking through the
various keyservers listed at http://sks-keyservers.net/status/ many of
them seem to have either no mailsync entry at all, or an obviously bogus
entry (such as keyserver.ubuntu.com, which lists "devnull <at> localhost" as
the mailsync peer), or list "pgp-public-keys@..." as
their peer.

I just did some testing with the KJSL address as my mailsync peer and
any update messages I send it are rejected with a message that the
address is invalid:

Dec  6 13:46:56 keys postfix/qmgr[3199]: 4DC1543C190:
from=<root@...>, size=15251, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
Dec  6 13:46:59 keys postfix/smtp[21570]: 4DC1543C190:
to=<pgp-public-keys@...>,
relay=spamfilter.layer42.net[69.36.224.13], delay=3, status=bounced
(host spamfilter.layer42.net[69.36.224.13] said: 550 cuda_nsu 5.1.1
<pgp-public-keys@...>: Recipient address
rejected: User
unknown in virtual alias table (in reply to RCPT TO command))
Dec  6 13:46:59 keys postfix/cleanup[21568]: C81EF43C191:
message-id=<20071206024659.C81EF43C191@...>
Dec  6 13:46:59 keys postfix/qmgr[3199]: 4DC1543C190: removed

So, two questions.

1. Does it matter about not having a mailsync setting?

2. If it does matter, is there a particular PKS mailserver that I should
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Jason Harris | 13 Nov 05:49 2007

new (2007-11-11) keyanalyze results (+sigcheck)


New keyanalyze results are available at:

  http://keyserver.kjsl.com/~jharris/ka/2007-11-11/

Signatures are now being checked using keyanalyze+sigcheck:

  http://keyserver.kjsl.com/~jharris/aaronl/

Earlier reports are also available, for comparison:

  http://keyserver.kjsl.com/~jharris/ka/

Even earlier monthly reports are at:

  http://dtype.org/keyanalyze/

SHA-1 hashes and sizes for all the "permanent" files:

5d12bc2d9592dc211780188afac1c5f2c79b2e0e        15390954        preprocess.keys
46388600277244d5853d7ad9e79438d1e651a2d9        8863477 othersets.txt
0fec2d1c97649a5c87ce4de178f6e99070c33dce        3716540 msd-sorted.txt

8648b6c700e82dc07475a75a21c42a80e0dd2fa0        2281    keyring_stats
05e0b95147210f1283a1b259335c723057bb1225        1458143 msd-sorted.txt.bz2
b70bf3c526a6bb42d997365adc35109c47b327e3        2951370 msd.txt
8554f2ccb5cd26eb974fe8f369591747334896d0        26      other.txt
de0b8b3bec31de0eaf4d75aafcf129eb5a2ca61d        1928524 othersets.txt.bz2
07454feac83631fa14acb7f28a70f38e6c4258df        6284426 preprocess.keys.bz2
aa3af20f4947f486b3f97cea2846c7308862f673        15876   status.txt
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Jason Harris | 5 Jul 00:11 2007

new (2007-06-24) keyanalyze results (+sigcheck


New keyanalyze results are available at:

  http://keyserver.kjsl.com/~jharris/ka/2007-06-24/

Signatures are now being checked using keyanalyze+sigcheck:

  http://dtype.org/~aaronl/

Earlier reports are also available, for comparison:

  http://keyserver.kjsl.com/~jharris/ka/

Even earlier monthly reports are at:

  http://dtype.org/keyanalyze/

SHA-1 hashes and sizes for all the "permanent" files:

693fa8ec79909f3d195d7cd8bc06a99ff6a99aa6        14964552        preprocess.keys
73d4bd2eb5c64c1cf854595f3bbad72a5777127a        8661346 othersets.txt
fdb1a56cfe503d48338489e2340eeebf57a28273        3615016 msd-sorted.txt

159cb81ff86b7504d9f708a25541515492ad4848        2278    keyring_stats
b1321ea5b121e4e68fb95c6c0e753a378ec12071        1420564 msd-sorted.txt.bz2
338c7eb79665fa65a5f42259e4e84446fab2d37b        26      other.txt
018a9e1ebb8bfdaacb161242916bc530febd968b        1882078 othersets.txt.bz2
583fd8ebd8baeb5039b51143f1548e5f78cd9f65        6093727 preprocess.keys.bz2
8eb09cf808d26cb32b63fe365566e2bed4d90418        15279   status.txt
556bed2ac8938c2992df6032d7dd4f59f53dd871        194216  top1000table.html
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Dan White | 2 Jul 22:15 2007

Re: Setup Troubles with SKS and Web Configuration


Thank you, Richard, for your advice.  I have tried to install SKS, but
upon the "make all" step, I am receiving the error message

[quote]
tar xmvfz cryptokit-1.0.tar.gz
tar: cryptokit-1.0.tar.gz: Cannot open: No such file or directory
tar: Error is not recoverable: exiting now
tar: Child returned status 2
tar: Error exit delayed from previous errors
make: *** [cryptokit-1.0/README] Error 2
[end quote]

I made sure a version of cryptokit (1.3) was indeed installed, and
looked around the internet for awhile, but I cannot figure out how to
resolve this error.  Any suggestions or insights would be most
appreciated.  Thank you for your consideration and generosity.

Dan White

Richard Laager wrote:
> On Mon, 2007-07-02 at 08:29 -0400, Dan White wrote:
>> I would like to ask your help with a couple misunderstandings I have had
>> as I try to set up my PKS server 0.9.6
> 
> If this is a new install, use SKS instead.
> 
> Richard
Dan White | 2 Jul 14:29 2007

Setup Troubles with PKS 0.9.6 and Web Configuration

I would like to ask your help with a couple misunderstandings I have had
as I try to set up my PKS server 0.9.6 for HTTP accessibility on a
Debian box (though I have very little experience with this OS).  I
initialized the PKS database with a .pgp-format keyring, so I have
reason to believe the server is at least passively functional.  Also, I
installed and configured Apache 2 as my webserver, and have found that I
can access the proper "OpenPGP Public Key Server Commands" webpage
remotely, so I assume the webserver is set up more or less correctly.
However, when I try to run PKS, following the instructions in the
README, I run into problems:

First, the file PREFIX/bin/pksd does not exist.  In this directory, I
have eight files prefixed with "db_" and also pgpsplit, pksclient,
pksdctl, pks-mail.sh, pks-queue-run.sh.

Perhaps due to the above, the command "PREFIX/bin/pks-queue-run.sh
/home/white/pks/etc/pksd.conf" hangs indefinitely.

I would much obliged if you would let me know if these commands are
wrong or if I am missing something.  Also, I assume the web-accessible
page will produce the search results list page and submit input keys on
its own; is this the case?  The README implied specific setup was
required, but I am not sure how to implement the "lookup" or "add"
method functionality embedded in the example HTML file provided with the
PKS installation.  Any insight on setup or the web-side configuration
would be much appreciated.  Thank you for your time and consideration.

Dan White
Jason Harris | 18 Jun 02:55 2007

new (2007-06-10) keyanalyze results (+sigcheck)


New keyanalyze results are available at:

  http://keyserver.kjsl.com/~jharris/ka/2007-06-10/

Signatures are now being checked using keyanalyze+sigcheck:

  http://dtype.org/~aaronl/

Earlier reports are also available, for comparison:

  http://keyserver.kjsl.com/~jharris/ka/

Even earlier monthly reports are at:

  http://dtype.org/keyanalyze/

SHA-1 hashes and sizes for all the "permanent" files:

2c78886524d01203b8a805e6e72224f84d10cb68        14902056        preprocess.keys
799cf84b30198c0f84128f47a68e13d0154bedbe        8640906 othersets.txt
fa83f9a4e2b4563cdac52a531db8f5428fe3ccd4        3560718 msd-sorted.txt

baaeed0c20caa1a4a3560b18bc67065532e47d51        2276    keyring_stats
fd7ca4bac414586aae346eaff3cfeb1721bbb02d        1401542 msd-sorted.txt.bz2
ac997bfae18a6f202f675fd23165e68af751df7b        26      other.txt
0ab8465957042f48f28a266ec595b076ca7f4ebf        1878107 othersets.txt.bz2
2c9378b0d8c1ca93b3e00615670b1709f8f477f7        6070207 preprocess.keys.bz2
4b48f13770f4e53fe2b636299f9e7b432d9f48bc        15373   status.txt
3aebe1595990611a814ddc67e2908b7ab5db2997        194403  top1000table.html
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Jason Harris | 3 Jun 23:25 2007

new (2007-05-27) keyanalyze results (+sigcheck)


New keyanalyze results are available at:

  http://keyserver.kjsl.com/~jharris/ka/2007-05-27/

Signatures are now being checked using keyanalyze+sigcheck:

  http://dtype.org/~aaronl/

Earlier reports are also available, for comparison:

  http://keyserver.kjsl.com/~jharris/ka/

Even earlier monthly reports are at:

  http://dtype.org/keyanalyze/

SHA-1 hashes and sizes for all the "permanent" files:

6484659effbda4ce7a1da75569a09c1d5d4bce92        14829318        preprocess.keys
2e93f9a98200260202983ac16ce0613ea772010e        8623499 othersets.txt
e4956d5b215f4d9dd77f0f972f5abcff1265e310        3552252 msd-sorted.txt

f38aeff391fc2b8ed07f6d62620992fbea1fe9fb        2278    keyring_stats
f37b6a7973cec8e39a13b2d8ae7a6f79f1af64bc        1397141 msd-sorted.txt.bz2
15c97abcbcd6b13e82a8d95330d0a5d08a303b7d        26      other.txt
f742c2f21896b4e07d9fede9e1c4ded8fe3cd88b        1873083 othersets.txt.bz2
92568db2c700760127a373ed2fc98adfeb7edbf1        6047516 preprocess.keys.bz2
9ba4d9b29ecf8c424fbd8c054621c70171e2d1d0        15205   status.txt
6bbb0681e9d48b08777635234ab15b83207b5ec8        194432  top1000table.html
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Jason Harris | 20 May 01:24 2007

new (2007-05-13) keyanalyze results (+sigcheck)


New keyanalyze results are available at:

  http://keyserver.kjsl.com/~jharris/ka/2007-05-13/

Signatures are now being checked using keyanalyze+sigcheck:

  http://dtype.org/~aaronl/

Earlier reports are also available, for comparison:

  http://keyserver.kjsl.com/~jharris/ka/

Even earlier monthly reports are at:

  http://dtype.org/keyanalyze/

SHA-1 hashes and sizes for all the "permanent" files:

6a8fa7e9c100bc2f85e37b689461bc4e2c19028f        14794434        preprocess.keys
0dbd791d1fbdce69d3ab133bab57910a7cb9e0f6        8609272 othersets.txt
97d1f32de77a872392066451c63a0926240ec127        3543310 msd-sorted.txt

549096e2c81de2a786520e4939df394a3955f504        2278    keyring_stats
d5deafa2e5eeca24eb629aece2ff6fe4f741c2b2        1393694 msd-sorted.txt.bz2
ea464636f2aaaa3360f57d72021c160875a36587        26      other.txt
f7d8d297d7f02f44fdfd38dcd7b694afa0d3fb98        1870208 othersets.txt.bz2
ee92830ed0c6f406b71b8d5b2f66ca6c54e1ffef        6030649 preprocess.keys.bz2
f47b9ff7b1e3409ef896e42f3792625e48483001        15060   status.txt
367abc7cda9a5ad34fe79bc729c7b7a347d68874        194554  top1000table.html
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Jason Harris | 7 May 04:22 2007

new (2007-04-29) keyanalyze results (+sigcheck)


New keyanalyze results are available at:

  http://keyserver.kjsl.com/~jharris/ka/2007-04-29/

Signatures are now being checked using keyanalyze+sigcheck:

  http://dtype.org/~aaronl/

Earlier reports are also available, for comparison:

  http://keyserver.kjsl.com/~jharris/ka/

Even earlier monthly reports are at:

  http://dtype.org/keyanalyze/

SHA-1 hashes and sizes for all the "permanent" files:

b1b9f153d7b6372c490ce3ac6b40817a881ea0ce        14761080        preprocess.keys
332a017366d48313b9ba21a8e1998dd2139530f6        8589800 othersets.txt
e44eaabadd3623ed97c981df6e6caa04dbc24dfe        3535082 msd-sorted.txt

dc586a32b7fe267eb37545fd6c673937b6cfde7b        2278    keyring_stats
d76da935cf2e5ccd319bb1bd7a8b42fe2394d98e        1390239 msd-sorted.txt.bz2
9924dc3cd8e86ba8c141ccf2db5917b5f7586826        26      other.txt
393434537fd7d68242d6eee3aa1ff55dd865d431        1865983 othersets.txt.bz2
514a5a18918f8983a247a37c4ae749af0852b1e4        6016488 preprocess.keys.bz2
848d8d8f2b90b2053fd0ff0c7abf28af7e19ecb3        15302   status.txt
b9b53c73579892f63c4ab3d816b951fa8feb57dc        194550  top1000table.html
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Jason Harris | 20 Apr 05:02 2007

new (2007-04-15) keyanalyze results (+sigcheck)


New keyanalyze results are available at:

  http://keyserver.kjsl.com/~jharris/ka/2007-04-15/

Signatures are now being checked using keyanalyze+sigcheck:

  http://dtype.org/~aaronl/

Earlier reports are also available, for comparison:

  http://keyserver.kjsl.com/~jharris/ka/

Even earlier monthly reports are at:

  http://dtype.org/keyanalyze/

SHA-1 hashes and sizes for all the "permanent" files:

76244b4fc264e19b5ee69fe7de0f6878b1108e4f        14694606        preprocess.keys
5aca414bd54f27962782a1a6155d6bf74d6f4838        8565696 othersets.txt
7119db02b3ac10e6ccccabbfe551800c3688457b        3521006 msd-sorted.txt

1215b9e3ab23e89658cf0fb785338f7c649ee4ee        2278    keyring_stats
37e80fbfa2fee0ebba84139bc6fb1e8032104fe4        1385893 msd-sorted.txt.bz2
6ca3bc35cef7eb4ebca3530ae2203cd49e8c5260        26      other.txt
25d361da16fa85dbfc4374ce75ae2933f07ce3f8        1860783 othersets.txt.bz2
ff283d7a323433653e9604c90b7327337170bfee        5988020 preprocess.keys.bz2
b22352acb227b0354e8f95cf43636b9638663248        15156   status.txt
0c82b9fd1bbb6892cbe4b7ebe68f5162a360fc74        194588  top1000table.html
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