If you signed my old key, please consider repeating the process

Thursday, 4 September 2014

I'm in the process of rejoining the Debian project. When I was previously a member I had a 1024-bit key, which is considered to be a poor size these days.

Happily I've already generated a new key, which is much bigger.

If you've signed my old key, and thus trust my identity was confirmed at some point in time, then please do consider repeating the process with the new one.

As I've signed the new with the old there should be no concern that it is random/spurious/malicious.

Obviously the ideal scenario is that I meet local-people to perform signing rites, in exchange for cake, beer, or other bribery.

Old key:

pub   1024D/CD4C0D9D 2002-05-29
      Key fingerprint = DB1F F3FB 1D08 FC01 ED22  2243 C0CF C6B3 CD4C 0D9D
uid                  Steve Kemp <steve@steve.org.uk>
sub   2048g/AC995563 2002-05-29

New key:

pub   4096R/0C626242 2014-03-24
      Key fingerprint = D516 C42B 1D0E 3F85 4CAB  9723 1909 D408 0C62 6242
uid                  Steve Kemp (Edinburgh, Scotland) <steve@steve.org.uk>
sub   4096R/229A4066 2014-03-24

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[gravitar] Dale

Submitted at 04:33:19 on 5 september 2014

Welcome back to the fold. I wonder how long it will be before 4096 bits is too short...?

[gravitar] Moray

Submitted at 16:06:52 on 13 september 2014

I'm around if you want to meet and hand over a fingerprint copy.

[author] Steve Kemp

Submitted at 07:26:18 on 14 september 2014

Thanks Moray. It looks like I need to sort something out soon.

 

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