Through the Looking Glass
GnuPG key rollover
My current PGP key expires at the end of the year. Accordingly, I did a key rollover tonight and generated new keys. The comms page has more details; the key ID is below. The new key has been signed by the old key as well as a new identity key that I’ll be using to sign new keys going forward.
The key isn’t on keybase yet; putting the new key on keybase will require a complete reset of the account. I ran into some issues with my keybase client that look like issues with the Go
openpgp package; I haven’t debugged far enough to get a good bug report done, but that will also delay submitting the key.
For completeness, here’s the new fingerprint:
pub 4096R/0x9DEA9987AE305ED4 2015-09-16 [expires: 2020-09-14] Key fingerprint = D785 1C98 4AEA C232 30C0 2529 9DEA 9987 AE30 5ED4 uid [ultimate] Kyle Isom <firstname.lastname@example.org> uid [ultimate] Kyle Isom <email@example.com> uid [ultimate] Kyle Isom <firstname.lastname@example.org> uid [ultimate] Kyle Isom <email@example.com> uid [ultimate] Kyle Isom <firstname.lastname@example.org> sub 4096R/0xB40E03E26F9AB6AE 2015-09-16 [expires: 2020-09-14] Key fingerprint = 775A 3B96 6E12 B570 F54A 44BC B40E 03E2 6F9A B6AE