I prefer all private mail being encrypted.
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA256 pub 4096R/0x6A6CD5B765632D3A 2013-01-10 Key fingerprint = 2265 D7F3 A7B0 95CC 3918 630B 6A6C D5B7 6563 2D3A -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- iQIcBAEBCAAGBQJUu/MgAAoJEGps1bdlYy06nAQP/1+FObMYbH74D8EjxYdcAHiL xq51FyjYg7E07m0yAbyGHB8rlytMRHbaQBe3vSy6YmkD4Oo95Kuda4qH4Nsra7Nu QoZfM0NwePk2wgUtPdJAyStUFoqBoEOAuokEsFWR8k2sdVLVygj8crD93nQ3uDDF F6uPsb28Khrpnzc5iI+8XZn679mcY9uJGHv4hrAyRJcbkbFAkzOcO++XMhhvA9hi ulQ9K/A75MxM5RogJ5lUdvuppcXZhMlqdovaVWl2gfsUEQ89WpJ/GAexBLOBuyVm Zy2RuQx7VtBUW3OLERiFyyldFsXT+IVsp9oMxt4HGv9lsItRm3cA+fg9mkeHrihV J1F9qoqf9in4Oe6Xak88hLmWn4f9SLtKfDORkbKqBjVWr2YLpEWOtqZpTdAH6tj0 W/7brR0rVYL5MXiQM2dodpKhKVBHdJN8oXJx54MpCC4NeouN3wdqT9IUggKtrbtk GZEm7HMB0QXC55+QtaNiOrTt7lkvJhYl+wfsKdiH4YwxmX5WitzSLtd920Y5PQO8 TEejodZKVaYX202GZY+qjyssrydo1qjrKMMERf0JP50hMbYsRFjtjCyLe5ZH8SYS hY5tkWJCWBP/ope2jz2cDncPuHA5USPfhZeaq4aBRTDc5FhIWnrU2sMt0fjsd/VD DtHrC47VNr9/RvHN0fRI =M08i -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
If you already obtained my key you may verify the signed section above by feeding it to the gpg --verify command, for example via clipboard/stdin.
Note that for the key ID the 64 bit long format 0x6A6CD5B765632D3A produced by the --keyid-format 0xlong option is used, in your environment you may see the 32 bit short format 0x65632D3A produced by the implied default --keyid-format 0xshort that should be avoided.
This key can also be retrieved automatically by Web Key Directory (WKD, see below) supporting email clients for the @erack.de email addresses, note however that due to size (as a user wants a fast download for writing a mail) those WKD keys are exported minimalized without all external signatures (gpg --export --export-options export-minimal ...).
The key replaces my previous
key 0x2F1AD073293C05FD (0x293C05FD) (and from
If you are interested in details of the key transition please see the document key-transition-2013-01-10.txt.asc that is signed with both keys.
Trust paths for new 6A6CD5B765632D3A (65632D3A)
Trust paths for previous 2F1AD073293C05FD (293C05FD)
Warning: someone "funny" uploaded a key 0xEF283C2E0EC89145 (0x0EC89145)
fingerprint = 9499 D4CE BD6C FA60 46A0 4F4D EF28 3C2E 0EC8 9145to the servers that is not my key. Encrypting to that key will enable someone else to read the message. I won't be able to decrypt anything encrypted to that key, nor is anything signed by that key written by me!
gpg --export --export-options export-dane firstname.lastname@example.org