I have 4 valid OpenPGP keys at the moment, but only one in use: The stronger
4096R/0x13EC43EEB9AC8C43 is my preferred key and it's in the Debian Developer's keyring. You can grab a copy here (pgp.mit.edu) or here (from this domain). Even grab one directly from Debian's LDAP with
sec 4096R/0x13EC43EEB9AC8C43 2011-10-28 Key fingerprint = D278F9C1 5E5461AA 3C1E2FCD 13EC43EE B9AC8C43
The weaker key
1024D/0x38A0AD5BCACAB118 was the one being used on Debian and now is out of use. It expired on June 7th of 2015 and I do not have a copy on my daily-use machine so please: do not use it, use
sec 1024D/0x38A0AD5BCACAB118 2006-05-03 Key fingerprint = 3E7D4267 AFD52407 2A3720AC 38A0AD5B CACAB118
4096R/0xFC23BA297C4DF50D does belong to me as well but I do not use it.
sec 4096R/0xFC23BA297C4DF50D 2009-05-30 Key fingerprint = C07F9BC3 020F4F4A 1EF72110 FC23BA29 7C4DF50D
There's a new
256E/0xF83933FDFC279C44 that will be my main key in the future, when
Curve25519 is more accepted. There's a copy in a public pool keyserver as well.
sec ed25519/0xF83933FDFC279C44 2016-04-06 Key fingerprint = D45A EC21 6A5D 68E0 394C 149D F839 33FD FC27 9C44
05 44 64 3d 62 02 c8 df 55 67 82 19 03 75 b8 38 da 79 05 44 31 13 eb 90 99 90 d7 ee 07 3b 5c 28 52
Just for reference, this is the old not functioning fingerprint:
05 0b 85 b1 a2 db 29 90 1d e6 d9 36 24 de e0 f9 46 0a 92 59 e5 8c 70 f9 00 49 43 69 ca cd a6 21 6a