PGP KeysA note on IDENTITIES: my keys might contain identities for more than one email address; however, unless you have good reason to do otherwise, please use the one mentioned here, viz. oscar at my domain dot org.
Current PGP key
My PGP key’s fingerprint is shown below. Note that the link to my key is also sent in the header of all mails I send (specifically, the X-PGP-Key header). This is my long term key, which I use for collecting signatures, and signing other’s keys (“certifying”, in GPG parlance).
8277 84A3 F688 3048 EB3F 8CCE 6141 CD99 B587 61E3
Previous PGP key #1
This PGP key (fingerprint below) is still listed as valid, but it should not be used anymore: I had its master secret key stored separately, but the only copy I had was damaged before I could create a revocation certificate (or a backup). As it still had no signatures, the easiest way around this was to simply create a new key—for which a proper revocation certificate has been created and safely stored! (see above)
E478 D8D5 2C4C 3812 F447 1FAD 6CC2 8D22 EB85 D325
Previous PGP key #2
My previous key has been revoked (superseeded).
090B CC00 EB2F 71EA 098D 2B90 E8C6 514F 9214 6582