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large photo IDs

Jason Harris

0xD6ADB522, as currently stored on the SKS servers, has a 352069 byte
(344kB) photo ID, a 1536x2048 bit color JPEG, with a good selfsig.
There are at least a few other keys with large photo IDs, but this
seems to be the biggest ATM.  The key is only 1155B (1kB) without the
photo.

(NB:  If you hit timeouts downloading it from SKS, it is also available
from onak:  the.earth.li:11371.)

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Re: large photo IDs

Derek Atkins
Is it at least an interesting photo?

-derek

Jason Harris <[hidden email]> writes:

> 0xD6ADB522, as currently stored on the SKS servers, has a 352069 byte
> (344kB) photo ID, a 1536x2048 bit color JPEG, with a good selfsig.
> There are at least a few other keys with large photo IDs, but this
> seems to be the biggest ATM.  The key is only 1155B (1kB) without the
> photo.
>
> (NB:  If you hit timeouts downloading it from SKS, it is also available
>>From onak:  the.earth.li:11371.)
>
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Re: large photo IDs

Jason Harris
On Fri, Jun 24, 2005 at 12:34:14PM -0400, Derek Atkins wrote:

> Is it at least an interesting photo?

No?  Why, did you search for and find some stego in it?  :)

After more digging, there were ~18,800 keys with photo IDs on the SKS
network as of yesterday.  The raw photos totaled about 79.5MB (not
including signatures on the photos).  17 keys have more than one photo
of the same size, 283 keys have more than one photo.  The keys with the
largest photos are:

  8A734D961B19DC2B        106868
  F76142F58BE51E15        108678
  900A5F089948BBC8        108822
  3C30E623CFDD0713        109707
  5F521B8AF9638C0B        133485
  399C3FD12C89FBBF        142407
  9690B5CFBA08D0D4        142407
  6055C16B7EAB9AB9        146667
  F92DC91C044BA5FE        156522
  798B41A31034EC44        174009
  C553646621931757        190976
  1489452E77238160        214645
  DC08CB915E402B08        289736
  D186CE39D6ADB522        352091
  F198B560F81D38DE        376329

> Jason Harris <[hidden email]> writes:
>
> > 0xD6ADB522, as currently stored on the SKS servers, has a 352069 byte
> > (344kB) photo ID, a 1536x2048 bit color JPEG, with a good selfsig.
> > There are at least a few other keys with large photo IDs, but this
> > seems to be the biggest ATM.  The key is only 1155B (1kB) without the
> > photo.

Correction:  F198B560F81D38DE has the largest photo ID, 0xD6ADB522
has the second largest.

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