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Title : OpenPGP data in the CERT RR
Author(s) : S. Josefsson
Filename : draft-josefsson-cert-openpgp-00.txt
Pages : 9
Date : 05-Aug-02
This draft describes the decisions made in one pair of applications
 that respectively serves and retrieve OpenPGP  Certificates
and Revocation Signatures using the CERT Resources Record . The
intent is to provide a discussion on the kind of general updates
needed to the CERT specification, and some suggested specific updates
for the OpenPGP sub-type. It is offered in the hope that this
specification, together with similar efforts for other applications,
can be reviewed when designing a generic solution or guidelines for
storing application keying material in the Domain Name System (DNS),
should it ever happen.
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