New GPG Key!

Achievement unlocked: I have a new GPG key:

0xF22674467E4AF4A3

pub   4096R/7E4AF4A3 2014-07-13 [caduca: 2016-07-12]
Fingerprint = 445E 3AD0 3690 3F47 E19B  37B2 F226 7446 7E4A F4A3
uid                  Laura Arjona Reina <laura.arjona@upm.es>
uid                  Laura Arjona Reina <larjona@fsfe.org>
uid                  Laura Arjona Reina <larjona99@gmail.com>
sub   3072R/CC706B74 2014-07-13 [expires: 2016-07-12]
sub   3072R/7E51465F 2014-07-13 [expires: 2016-07-12]
sub   4096R/74C23D6E 2014-07-13 [expires: 2016-07-12]

The master key is 4096 bit, stored in a safe place, and 2 subkeys 3072 bit, stored in an FSFE Smartcard (I cannot store 4096 keys there).

I have carefully used the FSFE SmartCard Howto and “Creating the perfect GPG keypair” by Alex Cabal for strenghtening hash preferences and creating revocation certificate.

It seems everything works as intended. Passphrase is strong and this time I will not forget it.

As first celebration, 1/2 lt icecream is waiting for me after dinner :)

People knowing me and around Madrid, please send me an encrypted mail as test or normal communication, and ping me to meet and sign keys :)

One more step towards involvement in Debian and free software, controlling my digital life and communications, and becoming familiar with these technologies so I can teach them to my son as ‘the natural way’.

Yay!

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About larjona

My name is Laura Arjona, I am a libre software user and fan of the free culture. If you want to contact me you can write an email to larjona99 [at] gmail [dot] com I am @larjona at identi.ca and @larjona99 at twitter (like identi.ca, but worse). --- Me llamo Laura Arjona, soy usuaria de software libre y fan de la cultura libre. Si quieres contactar conmigo puedes escribir a larjona99 [at] gmail [dot] com Soy @larjona en identi.ca y @larjona99 en twitter (como identi.ca, pero peor).
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