Public key spamming issue remains unfixed: Why is Tor so quiet about it?

Nicholas Fearn
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We tried downloading the keyserver-crashing 0x4E2C6E8793298290 but it's still 'too large' to import

Security flaws enabling attackers to spam the public keys of public organisations haven't been fixed, it has been claimed. Over the past few months, unknown attackers have been spamming the public...

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