PGP is a standard and a protocol for cryptographic digital communication. It allows people to authenticate each others' messages and files, and to communicate privately with each other. It involves the use of key pairs -- each user has a secret key and a public key. To get my public keys (and to be reasonably certain that they're actually mine), follow the directions below.
For more information, read the Pretty Good Privacy Wikipedia article, then either:
Verify that the following icon link leads to "wwwkeys.pgp.net" -- the address of a worldwide set of randomly (and sometimes slow) responding keyservers. An attacker would have to hack the entire set to completely assume my "PGP identity", by which time I would probably have replaced this page with an appropriate warning.
Your PGP documentation describes how to add this key to your key ring.
Once you have my key on your key ring, compare its properties to the table below.
KeyID: 0xF7FD5226 Type: RSA Size: 4096/4096 Created: 2008-01-15 Expires: Never Cipher: AES-256 Fingerprint: 3647 D239 A11A 2B2F 916E 1B74 8524 F339 F7FD 5226
Note that the following older keys are now obsolete and useless:
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