PGP Keysigning Policy and Current Keys

Current Key

My current key is:

sec 4096R/0x5E07A06E81C04D0E 2016-01-09 [expires: 2018-01-08]
Key fingerprint = 9A43 21E9 8276 CC56 6B15 0136 5E07 A06E 81C0 4D0E
uid Thomas Leroy Kula <kula@tproa.net>

You can download it from here.

Transition Statements

I have transitioned from my previous key:

sec 4096R/1924DF0C 2005-06-15
Key fingerprint = 005E 8405 A2D7 D350 1CB8 2F53 0D6F 7DC4 1924 DF0C
uid Thomas Leroy Kula (Key-signing only key: http://kula.tproa.net/pgp/) <kula@tproa.net>

Keysigning Policy

Before I sign anyone's key, we must participate in a key signing. During the key signing, you and I will exchange key fingerprints, and I will compare the identity in the key with some sort of identification, which must have a photograph (i.e. a driver's license or passport).

Once you and I have exchanged fingerprints, I will import the keys, verify that the fingerprint matches, and sign the key. I'll then send the key back to you. You can then add that key to your local keychain, send it to a keyserver, etc.

Last updated 9 January 2016 EDT