If you are emailing me, absolutely anything, I highly recommend that you use my current PGP key (6D0F1D60) for any communication. Due to EFAIL/Spectre/Meltdown vulnerabilities and general lack of usage of PGP, I have not focused much attention on PGP. However during a security review, it was decided that a revocation certificate for 44A47145 was adequate and required prompt publication.
A PGP key generated just prior to 44A47145, EDEF7E01 was created and never used. This is obsolete and any mail sent to EDEF7E01 will not be received. After the generation of the revocation certificate of 44A47145, a new key, 7135E666, was generated and this is no longer in use and considered obsolete. Any PGP key generated by me that uses 4096-bit RSA is considered obsolete and should not be used for future communication, signing or certifying.
7135E666 and EDEF7E01 has never been used by myself since generation in 2013 and 2016 subsequently. These keys are considered void/obsolete and will expire on 2020/03/01.
44A47145 has been used for communication and has been rescheduled to expire on 2019/04/30 instead of the 2020/03/01 issuance expiry and 2016/11/08 revocation certified expiry in order to certify and sign my current PGP key: 6D0F1D60.
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Version: SKS 1.1.6+
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As of 2019-05-01: The following PGP keys are voided/obsolete. If you have any of these keys in your GPGTools/Kleopatra keychain then dispose of them and import the current key above.
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