Kristian Fiskerstrand | 2 Sep 20:29 2015

sks-keyservers.net: Change of DNS master


Dear DNS Server Operators,

[Hopefully I have most BCCed to this email, but sending to sks-devel
just in case.]

Due to changes to infrastructure the current DNS master of
ns1.kfwebs.net is being replaced by (the current slave)
ns2.kfwebs.net. As a consequence of this, please allow updates for
pool.sks-keyservers.net from the new domain (ip 37.191.220.247) instead.

ns1 might be discontinued later this autumn, so please update your
configuration respectively.

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Down for maintenance

Hello all,

keys.techwolf12.nl will be down for maintenance starting today until
somewhere tomorrow. In this time I will reinstall the server and import
the keys from a fresh dump.

For all of those peered with me. Please be patient as the services will
automatically restore themselves.

Thanks.

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Met vriendelijke groet,// Kind regards,

Christiaan de Die le Clercq

GPG: 0x9FB800372F2546D8

Hello all,

keys.techwolf12.nl will be down for maintenance starting today until
somewhere tomorrow. In this time I will reinstall the server and import
the keys from a fresh dump.

For all of those peered with me. Please be patient as the services will
automatically restore themselves.

Thanks.
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Andrew Gallagher | 2 Sep 11:48 2015

odd requests

I'm getting a few of these in my modsecurity logs:

--7836ee6f-A--
[02/Sep/2015:10:21:23 +0100] Vea-k8CoAVIAAC <at>  <at> UAUAAAAM 37.191.220.247
15044 ***CENSORED*** 11371
--7836ee6f-B--
POST /pks/add HTTP/1.1
Host: pool.sks-keyservers.net
Accept: */*
Expect: 100-continue
Content-Length: 82
Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded

--7836ee6f-C--
keytext=-----BEGIN+PGP+PUBLIC+KEY+BLOCK-----%0A-----END+PGP+PUBLIC+KEY+BLOCK-----&
--7836ee6f-F--
HTTP/1.1 500 Internal Server Error
Cache-Control: no-cache
Pragma: no-cache
Expires: 0
Content-length: 568
Content-type: text/html; charset=UTF-8
Access-Control-Allow-Origin: *
Via: 1.1 skspub.ward.ie
Connection: close

Looks like someone (the same IP each time) is trying to submit an empty
PGP block. Is this something I should be concerned about?

Andrew.
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nick | 1 Sep 17:56 2015
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Peering request

Anyone interested in peering with the Fedora Project's key server please add us to your membership file and
give me your line and I will do the same in return

keys.fedoraproject.org 11370 # Nick Bebout nb@... 0x110810E9

Sent from my iPhone
Andrew Gallagher | 1 Sep 18:32 2015

Re: Well connected?

On 01/09/15 17:25, Daniel Roesler wrote:
> You're right. I was mis-reading the colors. Doh!

As Christoph said, it's unclear what the colours do mean. One would
think that there should be at least three colours: in-only, out-only and
bidirectional... of course many of the connections outside the pool will
be bidirectional in reality, but the return connection isn't captured in
the survey.

Nice graph though. ;-)

A

On 01/09/15 17:25, Daniel Roesler wrote:
> You're right. I was mis-reading the colors. Doh!

As Christoph said, it's unclear what the colours do mean. One would
think that there should be at least three colours: in-only, out-only and
bidirectional... of course many of the connections outside the pool will
be bidirectional in reality, but the return connection isn't captured in
the survey.

Nice graph though. ;-)

A

Andrew Gallagher | 1 Sep 16:19 2015

Well connected?

Has anyone performed a survey of sks servers to see how well connected
we are? How fragile is the network under failure conditions? Do we rely
too much on a small number of links?

Andrew.

Has anyone performed a survey of sks servers to see how well connected
we are? How fragile is the network under failure conditions? Do we rely
too much on a small number of links?

Andrew.

Pascal Levasseur | 1 Sep 15:57 2015
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Looking for more peers

Hello,

I am looking for more peers for my SKS keyserver.

This server is running since two months with a very high availability.

Everybody willing to peer with me, please add the following line to your
membership file:

keyserver.bonus-communis-bibliotheca.eu 11370 # Pascal Levasseur
<pascal.levasseur@...>

and send me your membership line.

Best regards.

Pascal Levasseur

Hello,

I am looking for more peers for my SKS keyserver.

This server is running since two months with a very high availability.

Everybody willing to peer with me, please add the following line to your
membership file:

keyserver.bonus-communis-bibliotheca.eu 11370 # Pascal Levasseur
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Kiss Gabor (Bitman | 29 Aug 10:05 2015
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IPv6 monitoring problem

Dear Kristian,

On page https://sks-keyservers.net/status/ almost all
cell is red in IPv6 column.
I guess there is some network problem at you.

Regards

Gabor
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Frank de Bot (lists | 28 Aug 22:11 2015
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Renewing (searching) peers on keyserver.searchy.nl

Hello,

For a while I haven't maintained. I have  sks 1.1.5 running stable on 2
servers (load balanced via reverse proxy) and a third on it's way.

Everybody willing to peer with me (again) and have a stable server,
please add the following line to your membership file:

keyserver.searchy.nl 11370 # Frank de Bot <info@...> 0xC4848C37

Let me know when you've added me, send me your membership line.

Regards,

Frank de Bot

Mike Forbes | 23 Aug 22:50 2015
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SkierPGP

Hi list,

Has anyone had any experience with https://github.com/SkierPGP/Skier ?

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James Cloos | 19 Aug 20:04 2015
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keys.jhcloos.com downtime Saturday

My vendor is moving to a new datacenter Saturday, in a different city,
so keys.jhcloos.com will be down starting aroung 21:00 UTC for up to
16 hours.

-JimC
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