There are a couple of replacements for the AT&T pathserver out there. So here’s another one.
It finds all the shortest keys between two keys, and presents them as
a PNG image. Additionally, it can generate a little bit of statistics
about keys and the whole web. Continuer la lecture de Web of trust statistics, graph and pathfinder
Originally posted by me on GnuPG-Users mailing list.
Legend (thanks to [email@example.com]):
Gray: No information on server type
Blue: Servers that have forwarded information to RedIris, pkcd
Red: LDAP servers at NAI/PGP Inc. Continuer la lecture de [RedIris.es] Graph of OpenPGP keyservers relationships
Un extrait: « Identity management and service authorization remain two of the biggest hurdles in shifting from a traditional application security model to what’s needed for securing XML-based Web services, according to an IT executive at American-Express Co. » Continuer la lecture de [ITworldcanada.com] XML security integration worries AmEx
A New Internet-Draft for the OpenPGP Message Format is available from the on-line Internet-Drafts directories. This draft is a work item of the An Open Specification for Pretty Good Privacy Working Group of the IETF. Continuer la lecture de IETF.org : New Internet-Draft for the OpenPGP Message Format