PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) is a method of encrypting and signing data (for example an email) in a secure “end to end” way. This means, the message is encrypted on your computer, using the recipient’s public key, in a way that the e-mail server has no knowledge of the content of the message. The recipient of the message then decrypts the message on their own computer using their private key.
Our keyservers are included in multiple keyserver pools around the world. Your client software should be configured to use a pool and not a single keyserver.
New Peering Members are welcome everytime, however, we enforce some requirements to ensure a reliable and secure reconcilation between all keyservers. Flanga operates multiple keyservers all around the world and each location is peered over its own endpoint for redundancy purposes. Please be aware that these keyservers may not appear in the pools as they are clustered, nevertheless they must be included in your peeringlist.
Please be aware that the IP-Addresses, Locations or Hostnames of these keyservers may change at any time. We reserve the right to withdraw this service at any time without further notice.
We are developing a keyserver setup based on Anycast. However, this requires a lot of changes regarding the peering. The following addresses are used to peer our anycast regions, they should not appear in the pool nor be used as endpoints.
Please be aware that we may or may not peer at any of these addresses and that they may change at any time. Due to the dynamic deployment of our servers, the IP-Addresses may change multiple times per day, the Records are updated accordingly.