I am receiving lots of request for key: 0x69D2EAD9
And, as it turns out, when I have an error and I clic on the browser on "View page source", I can see part of the key text is:
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Then a lot of giberish. This seems like an attack against SKS software.
I wasn't able to get the hash of that key.
I know it is not a solution, but... is there any way to blacklist keys?
If there was a way, at least I could blacklist manually these attacks, even if I have to check every day.
Some other keys I found from FreePBX:
My keyserver is completely unusable until this issue is resolved. If I can't resolve this, then there would be no point in keeping the keyserver active.