> A reasonable question would be "Why don't all the PKS operators
> replace their server with SKS or something else?".  I don't have a
> good answer to that.  It's certainly been asked.[3]

...and has been answered a number of times. The thing is (and most people 
seem to forget about this now and then) that most, if not all, of the 
pgp.net server operators do run their servers in their spare time. Since 
pksd has a long history of not being overly stable one is happy once the 
server is up and running. Thus, the never-change-a-running-system 
paradigm is being lived in this realm.  


Security Awareness Symposium - 24.-25.06.2003, Karlsruhe
Dipl.-Inform. Stefan Kelm
Security Consultant

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