This page lists my PGP keys and their fingerprints. You should not take these fingerprints as authoritative; they are here for reference only. If you want to sign my key, ask for the fingerprints in person or via some other secure, authenticated channel. Do this even if you are viewing this page over SSL.
All keys are signed with my personal key, and have signed my personal key.
Paste the public key block you find in this file (starting with the line “-----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----” and ending with the line “-----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----”) into a file on your computer, say:
Then enter the following command:
gpg --import dagoneye.gpg
Save your e-mail message to me in a file, say:
Encrypt the file with the command
gpg -e -a -R email@example.com filename
with firstname.lastname@example.org changed to the appropriate e-mail address below. The key fingerprint that the program displays should match that given below. Upon your confirmation the program will generate a file
containing the encrypted message, which can then be e-mailed to me.
dagoneye - Matteo Brunati