According to my understanding of crypto theory, your only way is to generate keys and compare their fingerprints and with the value you want. I would be surprised that you can find one in your lifetime. Or it'd be a breakthrough in cryptography if you managed to do it somehow.
Thanks, Lou On 06/18/2017 07:23 PM, Long Si wrote: > Hi > > I am on Linux, and would like to generate a key with "unique 40" fingerprint. > > eg 1: Starts with ABCD XXXX ... XXXX > > eg 2: Starts with AXXX XXXX ... XXXA ends with A > > eg 3: XXXX ... XXXX without any '0' character at all > > How would I go about writing such a script? Don't mind running for > months to get these sets. > > Regards > > _______________________________________________ > Gnupg-users mailing list > Gnupgemail@example.com > http://lists.gnupg.org/mailman/listinfo/gnupg-users
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