Statement of GPG Key Transition

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Fri Dec 9 11:49:22 EST 2016

Statement of GPG Key Transition
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In order to replace my older DSA-1024 key, I have set up a new OpenPGP key, and will be transitioning away from my old key.

The old key will continue to be valid until 2017-06-01, but future correspondince should come to the new key. I would like the new key to be integrated into the web of trust.

This message is signed by both keys to certify the transition.

The old key was:

pub dsa1024/B5EE841627F7BF37 2008-08-26 Christopher Collins
Primary key fingerprint: 69E6 0653 A1A3 0600 ADB2 B3AD B5EE 8416 27F7 BF37

And the new key is:

pub rsa2048/F5752BA146234FD4 2016-12-09 Christopher L. Collins
Primary key fingerprint: 923E 0218 77DB 3F70 F614 6F62 F575 2BA1 4623 4FD4

To fetch my key from a public key server, you can do:

gpg –keyserver pgp.mit.edu –recv-key F5752BA146234FD4

If you have my old key, you can verify the new key is signed by the old one:

gpg –check-sigs F5752BA146234FD4

To double-check the fingerpring against the one above:

gpg –fingerprint F5752BA146234FD4

Finally, once you are satisfied this key represents me and the UIDs match what you expect, please sign my key, if you don’t mind:

gpg –sign-key F5752BA146234FD4

Thank you, and sorry for any inconvenience.

-Chris

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