Java API to communicate with Verifying Key Servers, such as keys.openpgp.org
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README.md

Verifying Key Server - Client API for Java

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Client-side API for fetching keys from - and publishing keys to - Verifying OpenPGP Key Servers (VKS).

An example implementation of a Verifying Key Server is Hagrid, which is running https://keys.openpgp.org.

Modules

This repository contains the following modules:

  • vks-java: Client-side Java API for communicating with VKS servers
  • vks-java-cli: CLI frontend for vks-java