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What is Debian's default GPG keyserver, and where is it configured? [Resolved]

I am playing with gpg verification on some kernel source, and trying to figure out where the gpg configuration file lives. Specifically, when I run --receive-keys, without providing keyserver, what does gpg do?

me@testing:~$ gpg2 -vv --receive-keys 647F28654894E3BD457199BE38DBBDC86092693E
gpg: data source: https://37.191.231.105:443
gpg: armor: BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK

however this 37.191.231.105 points to https://analytics.sumptuouscapital.com, and that puzzles me...

btw, I've tried dpkg -L gnupg2 and no .conf file is installed, no .conf file in ~/.gnupg folder either.


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Asked July 20, 2019
Posted Under: Unix Linux
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