Top level home page for www.pgp.net at pl.pgp.net 
The pgp.net domain is currently primarily concerned with making access to users
PGP keys as simple as possible.
It does have
a list of some of the
servers which hold PGP sources
(as on the TERENA Secure Email CD),
but this role is secondary.
The pgp.net domain services run on a number of replicated servers.
Using the name www.pgp.net for Web access will get you a "random" one, due to the DNS's
shuffling of A RRs (this page is from pl.pgp.net).
You may instead choose to use a Web server which is "nearer" to you.
let the server guess,
select to force the use of
or choose from:
or maybe out of date ones:
or some under development:
Most of these use
it is also possible using
Additional offers to mirror greatfully accepted by
This domain is still at an early stage in its development.
Any offers to populate this page will be greatfully accepted.
The main areas are:
Anyone using (or contemplating using) PGP 5 should read
PGP 5 Tips
on how to get things to actually work.
Known future developments in PGP servers and related subjects are:
- Michael Graff <firstname.lastname@example.org> is working on a "2nd Generation"
key server, based on a DNS style distributed & delegated systems.
- Marc Horowitz has re-implemented the "current" email based key server,
using C instead of perl, and using C instead of PGP to manage keys.
Contact "Jeffrey I. Schiller" <email@example.com> for more details.
- UKERNA Secure Email Project : A paper only report of what ac.uk might have done about secure email (not taken up).
To pad this out a bit, here are a few PGP related liks ...
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