"200+ PGP keys (and counting) publicly broken"
wk at gnupg.org
Mon May 9 15:24:41 UTC 2016
On Mon, 9 May 2016 15:04, egnun at gmx.de said:
> "200+ PGP keys (and counting) publicly broken […]" via @nixcraft 
Yeah, that are keys mangled by a broken keyservers. Although they have
composite primes the private keys won't have them. We analyzed them
last fall already. A well known Linux hacker does now understand why he
often receives mails which he can't decrypt: Because those senders use a
mangled subkey of him.
See also a recent discussion on the gnupg-users ML.
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