Is there a http://keyserver.pgp.com which uses the standard http port?

Is there a http://keyserver.pgp.com which uses the standard http port?

Post by John » Thu, 31 Aug 2000 04:00:00



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http://keyserver.pgp.com uses port 11371, but this won't work through
our firewall. I can only use the standard http port.

TIA

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Is there a http://keyserver.pgp.com which uses the standard http port?

Post by Jim Crowthe » Thu, 31 Aug 2000 04:00:00




Quote:>http://keyserver.pgp.com uses port 11371, but this won't work through
>our firewall. I can only use the standard http port.

For fetching keys, you can always use e-mail:


With "GET 0xAEEDBEEE" or whatever the key-ID is.

--
Jim Crowther           "It's MY computer" (tm Steve Gibson)

Public PGP keys at ldap://certserver.pgp.com (and the rest)
Key ID 0xAEEDBEEE (DH/DSS 2048/1024), 0x6FD7CF8F (RSA 1024)

 
 
 

Is there a http://keyserver.pgp.com which uses the standard http port?

Post by Jim Crowthe » Thu, 31 Aug 2000 04:00:00






>>http://keyserver.pgp.com uses port 11371, but this won't work through
>>our firewall. I can only use the standard http port.

>For fetching keys, you can always use e-mail:


>With "GET 0xAEEDBEEE" or whatever the key-ID is.

I should have said 'in the subject' there... :(

--
Jim Crowther           "It's MY computer" (tm Steve Gibson)

Public PGP keys at ldap://certserver.pgp.com (and the rest)
Key ID 0xAEEDBEEE (DH/DSS 2048/1024), 0x6FD7CF8F (RSA 1024)

 
 
 

Is there a http://keyserver.pgp.com which uses the standard http port?

Post by John » Fri, 01 Sep 2000 04:00:00


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Thanks, this does a lot of what I need ( send / get keys ). It would
still be helpful if I could use a server through a firewall to
update/check keys from the PGPKeys tool.

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> >http://keyserver.pgp.com uses port 11371, but this won't work through
> >our firewall. I can only use the standard http port.

> For fetching keys, you can always use e-mail:


> With "GET 0xAEEDBEEE" or whatever the key-ID is.

> --
> Jim Crowther           "It's MY computer" (tm Steve Gibson)

> Public PGP keys at ldap://certserver.pgp.com (and the rest)
> Key ID 0xAEEDBEEE (DH/DSS 2048/1024), 0x6FD7CF8F (RSA 1024)