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Re: Principles and Principals
Ian Brown wrote :
> > The PGP public-key is the principal.
> I think this is a great way to look at it. Using the public key, its
> hash or fingerprint as *the* DN allows all sorts of important
> functionality like authorisations.
The major problem with 'key-principal' architectures is the
When my key is revoked/changed/upgraded/whathaveyou all bindings
If you develop a system that goes around this, then the key is
not the principal...
Just my $0.02
Public Key available via LDAP