If you're looking for my pgp key, look no further!
55CF 0365 F98C 2904 200A 7034 22D2 16D1 9B7C 45A7
gpg --recv-keys 9B7C45A7
this key is signed by my previous key in case you think i am spoofing you (and if you happen to have my older key (see below...)). Still, because you may be indeed be suspicious, what follows is a signed message, signed by both my keys, just to prove to you that i control both (and this domain and my larger social presence...uhhh)
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 I'm moving on to 0x9B7C45A7 a 2048-bit rsa key and slowly migrating away from 0xF7BFB959, a fifteen(!) year old, 1024-bit dsa key. I would prefer it if you used 0x9B7C45A7 from 2014 onwards, but i will have the other one around for some time. Thanks for your trust, - --marcos -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.15 (Darwin) iEYEARECAAYFAlKssscACgkQBvuPU/e/uVm+mgCgnWceX4STt8TSAer3zoDtdHk8 sOYAn2pqcH/CfBOub1bIfMTE28qc9KPgiQEcBAEBAgAGBQJSrLLHAAoJECLSFtGb fEWnqnYH/0vIfc/tlheI92sqVRqIPAOm2CcpW1hTqCrm26XF1JdtPuOqS4+cU8XS OkM4zD0IEREv6rNjPwn0lSsfbBG4RsqJsb7GQzJB/rLqxgNBBUkW8By70P4DWPi9 DJo7SWrBPhbNIwKo8Gk8eO0MZXZnBiZ16tLm0067UKwVt9upgDkNydBD3O+BWQJs D2v6ZVMAUiYqrteX+A9BcH5m4FKbGYzVFYIakVI2ULNMtjKt2pjdYAtinlJGTZDx bxMdN3pbau4ZjH4UwAWZhy/pvYq/qMh2SytOhxz+u94OX9PursLnNyejzcNCc1hR pIVtkHzNd4ET1Aq5zqvEEFxvrJOld/4= =o123 -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
You may also want to securely chat with me. Cool!
48742CCF DD968116 2D948940 0109696C 0C8FE12C
Since 1998 i have been accessble via the following pgp key:
F7E8 9F8B 5C10 1E21 9433 4D9D 06FB 8F53 F7BF B959
You can still find this key if you look for it at pgp.com's keyserver, but because this key was made during the heady days of the late 90s, it's a 1024 el-gamal/dsa key. practically speaking, as keys go, it will probably still be useful for some time.
If you would like to disregard my prior wishes (or instead are trying to verify some email i sent you ages ago) you may download it:
F7BFB959.asc. This one is signed by pgp.com's global directory verification key which has been emailing me dutifuly every few months for the past ten years or so.
Still technology and time marches on, so although i'll still have access to that key, i'd prefer it if you used the newer one.