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From: co...@web.apc.org (Colin Plumb)
Subject: PGP 2.2 is both released and out there
Message-ID: <m0nVNCw-00006hC@web.apc.org>
Date: 7 Mar 93 15:26:42 GMT
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It took a while after the release was finished to actually get
a megabyte and a bit to several places around the world, but
you might have a look for PGP 2.2 in:

nic.funet.fi:pub/msdos/incoming
garbo.uwasa.fi:pc/incoming
src.doc.ic.ac.uk:tmp/pgp

Unfortunately, ghost.dsi.unimi.IT (How could I misspell "it", dammit?)
is still having problems, so it's not there yet.  (That took a few hours
to prove, though.)

And we'll have it sent to several other places by the time you read this,
although archie won't show it because it only polls sites once a month.
For the next day or two, you can go gold-digging in tmp and incoming
directories on well-known archive machines.

Here are sizes and signatures for the PGP 2.2 distribution archives.

First, the public key of the signer:
-----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
Version: 2.2

mQBYAitRsUkAAAECWNxDzO/UehkXH+B/WazpTgS/IWtqIchIfWnivgN8fHZHAgPn
SIrfz3oGKEyFK7w034YOCMa8Wf2FIaOWY+SR9DviNMLKPaH9hlqn8wAFEbQhQ29s
aW4gUGx1bWIgPGNvbGluQG55eC5jcy5kdS5lZHU+iQCVAgUQK4tAyOJ13g7/Z/cL
AQFhIwP8CXuvdvOuYglgn+4qNxVtW2J1lc4SJZs/xfhZgS84UGYP3x+Vcl/RFfNk
6x5npZG9vY+qwSi3iV1qyZc4Lmp5LjXAzLK6ACooPV9wHR2NZzr9Aa9gHTF3eWx6
RiOt3ENQbPC2PDdeG1h0JbTDBGRAZiSfxkzAVSGnb95bif2HpumJAGACBRArV15U
yj2h/YZap/MBAaMsAldVhydtUJwE5u2ZoUX2N6/JHfDpA4T9+2DusEeZREy5Xnd0
SYunXz6FcyEFxFqfJL3hJKS+CTEe0Mrnc4LNFTlYbTTQR06sw+mc+Pg=
=fcc2
-----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----

pgp22.zip: 209409 bytes
-----BEGIN PGP MESSAGE-----
Version: 2.2

iQBgAgUAK5nUCso9of2GWqfzAQHJTwJY1E0lYUStaqbqDwSiUJgwkUQGnAfhvK1K
7J87i1AXNjj1Q0qfi12ZM7KcFUwVJQdWvIXOcF0N8N76aHI6XofshSyNaUEeuCzd
5ALh
=TiYv
-----END PGP MESSAGE-----

pgp22src.zip: 521550 bytes
-----BEGIN PGP MESSAGE-----
Version: 2.2

iQBgAgUAK5nT8co9of2GWqfzAQGKFwJYkxIqmfSqzbevszyAxHw7ejzqpC0GD0of
+/YzBIM2paGaBYTLCyQzA1nDVi8B4BlruvDmeLbubBNY3+QZ9QywF/H9UtO55rm+
/Tox
=9iDd
-----END PGP MESSAGE-----

pgp22.tar.Z: 651826 bytes
-----BEGIN PGP MESSAGE-----
Version: 2.2

iQBgAgUAK5nT2co9of2GWqfzAQFaoQJXT79rPPNBKH5EN3i4q0R0qp52YePHh+4u
psoIq5s2doSUxAXq4Ey0v0NJ5XR5RgC5/cKBozLRUtq8x+YvGreuT861p5bUcZZW
JtKY
=1lQl
-----END PGP MESSAGE-----

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zaphod.mps.ohio-state.edu!menudo.uh.edu!jpunix!perry
From: pe...@jpunix.com (John A. Perry)
Subject: Re: PGP 2.2 is both released and out there
Organization: J. P. and Associates, Dickinson TX.
Date: Mon, 8 Mar 1993 13:56:39 GMT
Message-ID: <C3KpEG.7up@jpunix.com>
References: <m0nVNCw-00006hC@web.apc.org>
Lines: 25

-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----

In article <m0nVNCw...@web.apc.org> co...@web.apc.org (Colin Plumb) writes:

>nic.funet.fi:pub/msdos/incoming
>garbo.uwasa.fi:pc/incoming
>src.doc.ic.ac.uk:tmp/pgp

I checked the src.doc.ic.ac.uk tmp/pgp directory and even though it
existed, it was empty. Just thought y'all might like to know.

-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
Version: 2.1v

iQCVAgUBK5tQkFoWmV4X/7GZAQHT4wQAqTlZnNoCUxe7/O4f+PtU0/U8FiodWdBt
ay1EsAj7/VoslV544D0dbC61LFtju79mS7hS4DXcbGOCmtqwbfo35sMtvFUgRyYU
nypPhco/IdgIJ0geUQVwt5qyKj0BMJhnatPY1WEMjSr7yDMwwD35+di2Z+93FO2o
eJLEKXIIdeI=
=1kC/
-----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
-- 
 John A. Perry  -  pe...@jpunix.com
                   jpunix!perry

 PGP Key available on request by sending e-mail to any of the following:

Xref: sparky sci.crypt:7912 alt.security.pgp:727
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From: astr...@nyx.cs.du.edu (Alex Strasheim)
Subject: Re: PGP 2.2 is both released and out there
Message-ID: <1993Mar8.165409.17154@mnemosyne.cs.du.edu>
X-Disclaimer: Nyx is a public access Unix system run by the University
	of Denver for the Denver community.  The University has neither
	control over nor responsibility for the opinions of users.
Sender: use...@mnemosyne.cs.du.edu (netnews admin account)
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References: <m0nVNCw-00006hC@web.apc.org> <C3KI9w.K3@exnet.co.uk>
Date: Mon, 8 Mar 93 16:54:09 GMT
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In article <C3KI...@exnet.co.uk> s0...@exnet.co.uk (R A Hollands) writes:

>>nic.funet.fi:pub/msdos/incoming
>>garbo.uwasa.fi:pc/incoming
>>src.doc.ic.ac.uk:tmp/pgp

>I've tried *all* of these via anon. ftp and found nothing.  This is
>getting like Alice through the Looking Glass with people reviewing
>invisible software.

I got my copy from src.doc.ic.ac.uk, but I checked that site again after
reading Hollands's post and found that the files have apparently been
removed.  I've never had much luck downloading files from "incoming" or
"upload" directories at ftp sites;  I think that you'll probably have to
wait until the archive administrators at garbo and other sites get around
to putting it into the the main file areas.  That should happen in a
couple of days, hopefully.


--
Alex Strasheim | astr...@nyx.cs.du.edu | pgp public key available via finger

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From: j...@cs.HUT.FI (Jyrki Kuoppala)
Subject: Re: PGP 2.2 is both released and out there
In-Reply-To: astrashe@nyx.cs.du.edu (Alex Strasheim)
Message-ID: <1993Mar9.134048.13530@nntp.hut.fi>
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Organization: Helsinki University of Technology, Finland
References: <m0nVNCw-00006hC@web.apc.org> <C3KI9w.K3@exnet.co.uk> 
<1993Mar8.165409.17154@mnemosyne.cs.du.edu>
Date: Tue, 9 Mar 1993 13:40:48 GMT
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In article <1993Mar8.1...@mnemosyne.cs.du.edu>, 
astrashe@nyx (Alex Strasheim) writes:
>In article <C3KI...@exnet.co.uk> s0...@exnet.co.uk (R A Hollands) writes:
>
>>>nic.funet.fi:pub/msdos/incoming
>>>garbo.uwasa.fi:pc/incoming
>>>src.doc.ic.ac.uk:tmp/pgp
>
>>I've tried *all* of these via anon. ftp and found nothing.  This is
>>getting like Alice through the Looking Glass with people reviewing
>>invisible software.
>
>I got my copy from src.doc.ic.ac.uk, but I checked that site again after
>reading Hollands's post and found that the files have apparently been
>removed.  I've never had much luck downloading files from "incoming" or
>"upload" directories at ftp sites;  I think that you'll probably have to
>wait until the archive administrators at garbo and other sites get around
>to putting it into the the main file areas.  That should happen in a
>couple of days, hopefully.

Is it a conspiracy?  I checked nic.funet.fi pub/msdos/incoming
directory (it won't show up on ftp, by the way) to copy the file to
pub/crypt and it wasn't there, neither was it in anewhere else on
nic.funet.fi.

//Jyrki

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From: p...@ox.ac.uk (Paul C Leyland)
Newsgroups: sci.crypt,alt.security.pgp
Subject: Re: PGP 2.2 is both released and out there
Message-ID: <PCL.93Mar10121236@rhodium.ox.ac.uk>
Date: 10 Mar 93 12:12:36 GMT
References: <m0nVNCw-00006hC@web.apc.org>
Organization: Oxford University Computing Services, 13 Banbury Rd Oxford OX2
	6NN
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In-reply-to: colin@web.apc.org's message of 7 Mar 93 15:26:42 GMT

In article <m0nVNCw...@web.apc.org> co...@web.apc.org (Colin Plumb) writes:

   It took a while after the release was finished to actually get
   a megabyte and a bit to several places around the world, but
   you might have a look for PGP 2.2 in:

   nic.funet.fi:pub/msdos/incoming
   garbo.uwasa.fi:pc/incoming
   src.doc.ic.ac.uk:tmp/pgp

Also black.ox.ac.uk:/src/security

(black is 129.67.1.165)


Paul
--
Paul Leyland <p...@oxford.ac.uk>          | Hanging on in quiet desperation is
Oxford University Computing Service      |     the English way.
13 Banbury Road, Oxford, OX2 6NN, UK     | The time is come, the song is over.
Tel: +44-865-273200  Fax: +44-865-273275 | Thought I'd something more to say.
Finger p...@black.ox.ac.uk for PGP key    |

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From: j...@cs.HUT.FI (Jyrki Kuoppala)
Subject: Re: PGP 2.2 is both released and out there
In-Reply-To: paasivir@jyu.fi (Risto Paasivirta)
Message-ID: <1993Mar10.141045.3651@nntp.hut.fi>
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Organization: Helsinki University of Technology, Finland
References: <C3KI9w.K3@exnet.co.uk> <1993Mar8.165409.17154@mnemosyne.cs.du.edu> 
<1993Mar9.134048.13530@nntp.hut.fi> <1993Mar9.212614.1195@jyu.fi>
Date: Wed, 10 Mar 1993 14:10:45 GMT
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In article <1993Mar9.2...@jyu.fi>, paasivir@jyu (Risto Paasivirta) writes:
>In article <1993Mar9.1...@nntp.hut.fi> j...@cs.HUT.FI (Jyrki Kuoppala) writes:
>>Is it a conspiracy?  I checked nic.funet.fi pub/msdos/incoming
>>directory (it won't show up on ftp, by the way) to copy the file to
>>pub/crypt and it wasn't there, neither was it in anewhere else on
>>nic.funet.fi.

>Incoming directories are generally write only, admins move incoming stuff
>to apropriat directories...
>
>tukki:~:> ls /funic/pub/msdos/misc/security/pgp*       

Yes, I know, I used GNU locate to search for it everywhere but it
seems the database is updated only weekly or so.  Ah well.

Anyway, now PGP 2.2 is on nic.funet.fi pub/crypt also.

//Jyrki

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