Copyright 2003-2009 Jonathan McDowell
onak is an OpenPGP compatible keyserver. It's primary purpose is the
storage and retrieval of OpenPGP keys but it also has features that make
use of the stored keys for various other purposes. The most useful of
these is probably the pathfinder. This takes two keys, a & b, and
These are various keys that have been used during testing.
A v4 RSA key, complete with RSA subkey.
A v4 DSA/Elg key with 2 UIDs.
A v4 DSA/Elg key with an updated binding signature on the subkey.
A v4 DSA key with 4 subkeys (DSA/Elg).
A v2 RSA key.
A v3 RSA key.
A v4 DSA/Elg key.
My v4 DSA/E
* Check keys on import?
* Non self-signed user IDs
* Non self-signed subkeys
* Invalid revocations
* Signatures marked as non-exportable
* PKS subkey damage
* Better signature subpacket parsing (primary UID for example).
* Better merging of signatures; need to compare subpackets on Type 4 packets
and choose which we should use (how? most recent date?)
* Honor no-modify keyserver f
Thanks go out to the following people for help and/or comments they've given
during the development
GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
Version 2, June 1991
Copyright (C) 1989, 1991 Free Software Foundatio
Nothing that isn't on the TODO list at present.
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