My latest public key has the 64-bit ID 8070 09A7 E884 32C3, which refers to a 3072-bit key created in April 2014. This key is also available from key servers and Keybase.
|pub||3072R/E88432C3||2014-04-01 [expires: 2019-01-01]||Usage: SC|
|Key fingerprint = 27BB F8A9 8BE5 6405 513B 7325 8070 09A7 E884 32C3|
|uid||Simon Rawles <email@example.com>|
|sub||3072R/00B6FCCC||2014-04-01 [expires: 2019-01-01]||Usage: E|
|sub||3072R/CF1A5685||2014-04-01 [expires: 2019-01-01]||Usage: S|
Please don't use any of my previous keys. In particular, FAF8 F1C4 4F10 E478 has now expired, and I've no easy way to revoke it. Moral: always generate a revocation certificate when you generate a new key and keep it safe!
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