Public Key Server (keyserver)


In a public key infrastructure, a public key server is a server that stores and make the public key available to the public.

You can think of the keyserver as a phonebook where people:

  • can look up your public key
  • download the public key
  • and use it.

They can use it to


The MIT PGP Public Key Server

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