Hello, Erkki Lintunen <firstname.lastname@example.org> (2014-11-02): > I couldn't find the "Debian Testing CDs Automatic Signing Key > <email@example.com>" (Key fingerprint = F41D 3034 2F35 4669 > 5F65 C669 4246 8F40 09EA 8AC3) from keyservers or from > keyring.debian.org. The key's information is listed on the web-page > "Verifying authenticity of Debian CD" > <https://www.debian.org/CD/verify>, which says the key should be > available from the keyring.debian.org. The Alioth git repository has a > key entry for stable release CDs however. > > Is there some other place to get the key from, as the possibility that no > one has missed the key yet feels almost impossible? kibi@arya:~$ gpg --search-keys 0x09EA8AC3 gpg: searching for "0x09EA8AC3" from hkp server keys.gnupg.net (1) Debian Testing CDs Automatic Signing Key <firstname.lastname@example.org> 4096 bit RSA key F41D30342F3546695F65C66942468F4009EA8AC3, created: 2014-04-15 and yes, that key isn't the one used to sign official releases. Please note that the web page you linked to specifically mentions “Official releases of Debian CDs”. Maybe there should be some clean-up/update in that key list though. Steve will likely know. Mraw, KiBi.
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