> as per evil32's demo of 32bit key dupes it's possible to flood these, > but it costs cpu, and even so you can search the keyid-format long value > > eg; > 0x1992274E129BAF74 I only thought of same name, email and comment. Searching with the short/long id and the fingerprint would be still possible. And yeah, if one wants to make the short id unusable too, it's possible to generate keys with that id (although it costs more cpu as you already stated).
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