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Re: Red team attacks vs. cracking

On Tue, May 30, 2006 at 10:32:15AM -0700, Thomas Bushnell BSG wrote:
> I am actually quite ambivalent about whether I think what he did was
> wrong; I think to determine that I would need to read carefully what
> the KSP organizers said.  Martin certainly should follow the protocols
> established, but I would only count "established" as being what is
> actually written down by the KSP organizers, and not just some kind of
> general unspoken expectation.  (Where can I read about those written
> protocols, if there are any?)

From http://debconf6.debconf.org/ksp/ksp-dc6.html:

" The next step is to verify each participant's identity by checking
 preferably a passport or, alternatively, some other form of government
 issued ID. Please don't show very old, doubtful or easy-to-fake documents as
 people will not sign your key if you do so. "

I guess that answers the questions you brought up in your e-mail. An ID from
a political party is *not* a government issued ID and *is* a doubtful



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