jcgruenhage's Blog

git diff on PGP keys

3 minute read Published: 2022-08-08
Using git diff on PGP keys Reasoning about changes to PGP keys is a bit difficult. A changed expiration date, revoked user IDs, added certifications, and so, you don't see that when looking at the file. When they're tracked in a git repo, asking git diff …

PGP key

12 minute read Published: 2021-09-06
PGP Key: Fingerprint: 09E8 418B 46B5 3B0F 825D E4BE 018A CF46 5280 F466 Public Key: -----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK----- mQINBFh3ytcBEADrcONWfdxXASHjYma8d7pOrmA8sibIaF9j4nJY7vKFdauPM0qI GsjqTX5vJWqPgbocp25hk9XQHWBjBz0dHr7t8GceteTlddlXer5jCXMSA3zLGG&#…

Replacing my PGP key

5 minute read Published: 2021-08-13
Replacing my PGP key It's time again, I'm replacing my PGP key. Going from RSA 4096 to ed25519. How did I get here? I've first started using PGP sometime half a decade ago, and after a few less successful tries (some of which are still unrevoked, without …

Contact me

1 minute read Published: 2021-06-12
PGP Get the latest version of my PGP key from Hagrid on keys.openpgp.org or from this server. If you want third party signatures, you'll have to fetch it from my server. If you want to verify my PGP key via other online identities, you can take a look at …

About me

6 minute read Published: 2020-07-07
Thanking me or donating If I did something you wanna thank me for, just tell me. If you want to help me out financially, you can donate to me via GitHub Sponsors. What I do I'm currently living in Karlsruhe, spending my time on working on decentralized FO…