I sometimes prepare participant lists for PGP keysigning parties using my keyparty script.
As of October 2009, I have completed my transition to a new GPG key. My new key, 0x1ADCBE03, is a 4096RSA/4096RSA key, which should be more than adequate for the forseeable future. This new key replaces 0x66DC1B23 which I had been using since 2001.
I maintain an up-to-date copy of my public key in the following locations:
Here is the key:
The key published above supercedes all of the following. Key revocation certificates were issued when possible, but in some cases, the secret key was irrevocably lost and no certification could be produced. Fortunately, most of them are very old and do not have self-signed user IDs, which means that modern implementations will simply refuse to use them. The Fidonet, CAM.ORG and Mlink.NET e-mail addresses are all quite obsolete, too.
|512R||E53F8983||1992-10-05||obsolete||Patrick Bernier <firstname.lastname@example.org><email@example.com>|
|1024R||64862D19||1993-10-04||revoked 1994-08-19||Patrick Bernier <Patrick.Bernierfirstname.lastname@example.org>|
|1024R||3A78BE81||1994-08-19||revoked 1995-07-24||Patrick Bernier <bernier@CAM.ORG>|
|1024R||A41FBB51||1995-05-04||obsolete||Patrick Bernier <bernier@CAM.ORG>|
|2048R||CD908CB1||1995-05-04||obsolete||Patrick Bernier <bernier@CAM.ORG>|
|1024R||5D109A29||1995-07-24||obsolete||Patrick Bernier <bernier@Mlink.NET>|
|1024R||09FDA4ED||1996-01-04||revoked 2005-11-07||Patrick Bernier <email@example.com>|
|1024D||6E03E53A||1997-08-03||revoked 2003-05-20||Patrick Bernier <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|1024D||778B2032||2001-02-12||expired 2006-02-11||Patrick Bernier (Sholtostil) <pat@TZoNE.ORG>|
|1024D||CE78CB2B||2002-04-22||expired 2005-04-21||Patrick L. Bernier (business only) <email@example.com>|
|1024D||66DC1B23||2001-05-08||revoked 2009-10-18||Patrick L. Bernier <pat@TZoNE.ORG>|
Yes, I've been using PGP since 1992! Generating my first 1024-bit key meant taking my BBS offline for an entire night back then...