[tor-talk] GnuPG and Tor

Red Sonja BM-2cTpEdTADjx2bQf6WuuX1CPER78Sq3xL76 at bitmessage.ch
Wed Jul 16 10:18:47 UTC 2014

Rejo Zenger:
> ++ 15/07/14 14:09 -0400 - grarpamp:
>>> secured server. Or anybody can see your whole addressbook. So it is a
>>> secured server. But still, it is quite obvious who am I just by looking
>>> at that list. So I figured out, maybe if I push the refresh through Tor,
>>> talking with a secured server that would make things more private. I
>> And unless one by one with --recv-keys, keyserver sees your
>> entire list at once.
> Which means: the only thing you are protecting (by using Tor when 
> updating your keychain) is the source IP-address for the refresh, e.g. 
> your location. 

So the whole GnuPG is antithetical to anonymity?

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