[Users] gpg2 locks CPU core to 100%

Andreas Ronnquist mailinglists at gusnan.se
Tue Nov 26 00:08:48 CET 2019

On Tue, 26 Nov 2019 00:01:08 +0100,
John Crisp<jcrisp at safeandsoundit.co.uk> wrote:

>On Mon, 25 Nov 2019 17:54:12 -0000
>Paul <claws at thewildbeast.co.uk> wrote:
>> On Mon, 25 Nov 2019 18:34:05 +0100
>> John Crisp <jcrisp at safeandsoundit.co.uk> wrote: 
>> > Just to follow up on this, it was actually it was a bit more
>> > complicated, but still down to damaged keys.    
>> Good sleuthing!! Thanks for following up.
>NP - it was like a bad itch ;-)
>Kept hoping it would go away and had to keep scratching it.
>To be technically accurate I actually used gpg (as opposed to gpg2).
>I still don't completely understand how it happens as I am no guru on
>But it seems some keys get 'spammed' some how. The worst offender
>was some bloke called errrr... Phil Zimmermann :-)
>Damn I wish email encryption was easier....

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