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Re: Moving to stronger keys than 1024D


Stefano Zacchiroli <zack@debian.org> writes:
>> The more useful question is how many of the signatures on your new key
>> come from strong keys, and how many strong keys have you signed with
>> that new key?
> Right. If you happen to have a oneliner to verify that I'll be happy to
> answer these questions :)

Hm, as I'm already running some code on the web of trust (as thorsten
mentioned) I could probably hack some half hour on the script and get
some data for a web-of-trust without 1024-bit keys or without SHA-1
signatures or whatever other criterion of weak keys/signatures we want.

If anyone wants a patch against wotsap's pks2wot should apply to my
modified script.


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