Gpg: My key
To communicate with me using GPG, please use the key below.
pub 1024D/10A575C3 2005-10-08 Key fingerprint = D184 B16A 372E 1BE5 6DA9 9115 FE93 B900 10A5 75C3 uid Fredrikus J C Vulto (FVu) <firstname.lastname@example.org> uid Freddy Vulto <email@example.com> uid [jpeg image of size 3106] sub 2048g/9B01BC22 2005-10-08 sub 2048R/9550BEB0 2008-03-30 [expires: 2012-03-29] sub 2048R/2E7B4EE1 2008-03-31 [expires: 2012-03-30]
You can import it from here (ascii armored).
My public key should be downloadable from http://search.keyserver.net as well. Search for "0x10A575C3".
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