I would like to enumerate all possible PGP e-mails related to North Korean top-level domain
Few years ago I would have used theHarvester but I recently discovered that this useful tool doesn't support PGP keyring search any more :(
If I use the official MIT PGP Key Server search and I try to search for
the search starts but it then ends up in an error:
Which makes sense, there are maybe too many entries.
But for North Korea it might maybe be possible because they had only 1024 routable IP addresses, the list of website is not that long, and I'm quite sure some might have used PGP. Or maybe not?
Anyway, do you know any tool alternative to theHarvester to dig into e-mails by top-level domain?
.kris pretty simple, but scraping a list of PGP keys that claim to sign
.krdomains is much more complicated and I'm not sure how useful it is. Also recall that there's no mandate anywhere within PGP usage for a key to actually be added to key servers. For secrecy or privacy, many users intentionally avoid public PGP servers. I expect that to be more common in North Korea.