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My Crypto Details

This is a relevant cryptographic information for Abadonna.

This information is current as of Friday, September 12, 2014.

GnuPG

Transitions

I am currently in the process of a GPG key transition. My previous GPG key has been revoked:

Key ID: AF3AC35D
4096-bit RSA
Fingerprint: F873 68E4 D425 6034 22FF 0D03 1488 5748 AF3A C35D

The most recent GPG key is:

Key ID: 82675E79
4096-bit RSA
Fingerprint: 7D02 8A5D 1CA7 3C84 C3A8 F14E DB23 2A80 8267 5E79

Certification policy

Level 3 “I have done very careful checking” certifications by me generally indicate that:

  • I personally know the subject of the key by that name, and have for some time;
  • I can readily and reliably recognize them; and
  • I verified their key fingerprint “in person”, which might include voice or video chat.

Level 2 “I have done casual checking” signatures by me generally indicate that:

  • I physically met this person, not by voice or video chat;
  • They presented me with very difficult to forge evidence1) of their identity2) and
  • I verified their key fingerprint at that time.

Level 1 “I have not checked at all”

  • I do not certify with that level.

Level 0 “I will not answer”

  • I do not certify with that level.

Instant Messengers

You can try to get in touch with me via instant messengers:

Communicator UID OTR Fingerprints
GaduGadu 3335 BC9F64E0 D3300D3D 79CCA078 FF99EC42 E987722F
XMPP abadonna@jabber.org.au 86DDDFB6 A0094B6A DF93C332 67A4FDAF E40C816A
1)
“Very difficult to forge evidence of identity” often means state issued photo identification which I find convincing. It may also mean a personal attestation from someone who I know well and consider trustworthy.
2)
I do not require that the UIDs I certify are someone's birth name, or the name on their government documents. I will certify a persistent pseudonym if that is the name someone goes by.
linux/crypto/my_data.txt · Last modified: 2015/02/26 04:41 by abadonna