GnuPG (PGP) key

My current public GnuPG (PGP) key is 0xFE4274C2E6C25218 and the fingerprint is 16AC 53D2 9144 5025 B3A3 66E2 FE42 74C2 E6C2 5218.

Indeed, you can check I signed this page using the key.

Getting the public key

You can obtain this key directly from this website, from any public PGP server or by typing in under GNU/Linux (or other Unix-based system):

gpg --keyserver --recv-keys FE4274C2E6C25218

Please ignore an old key of mine (0x1CE0342F128566CA) which is no longer used. Unfortunately, I don't have access to it and I can't revoke it so I'm afraid it'll live forever in the servers... until the Sun becomes a red giant :-(

So, what is this GPG thing?

GnuPG (GPG) is a tool for secure communication which uses public-key cryptography. It allows to encrypt and decrypt documents, and authenticate documents with digital signatures.

Check the official GnuPG website and this fantastic best practices guide in order to use it wisely.