PGP Information

I like to use encrypted e-mail. Since July 2005, I have been signing all of my personal e-mail with my public pgp key. I would like to encrypt my e-mail as well, but as you know, that requires the recipient to have a PGP key as well. Not too many of my friends have PGP keys yet. My mail client mutt has built-in support for PGP. It integrates very well with GnuPG, which I use for all of my PGP needs. I now have a key certification policy and a statement covering key changes.

My public PGP Key fingerprint is shown below:

pub   4096R/0x0E9CF26FDAE3284F 2009-07-20 [expires: 2017-07-20]
      Key fingerprint = 2936 EE16 025B CFEB E043  41E9 0E9C F26F DAE3 284F
uid                            Ben Love (Primary) <****protected****>
uid                            Ben Love <****protected****>
uid                            Ben Love <****protected****>
uid                            [jpeg image of size 9727]
sub   4096g/0x374A2ADEAD037EF3 2016-07-24 [expires: 2017-07-20]
sub   4096R/0x873C0E6B33E7CE56 2016-07-24 [expires: 2017-07-20]
sub   4096R/0xE0998B4AEFA7E806 2016-07-24 [expires: 2017-07-20]

As for the actual address, my username is blove and the domain is kylimar.com.

The jpeg image included in the key is this one:

PGP key photo


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