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For questions relating to cryptography and IT security. This can be computer, network, or database security.

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PGP keyservers can act as an authoritative point of trust(similar to a CA). The thing I like about PGP keys/keyservers is that I choose which sources to trust to build this web. In most modern OSes …
answered Nov 22 '10 by RobotHumans