As you may have noticed, all of my emails are now PGP signed by default. There are many reasons why I do this, and while I could write a long blog post about them, these links should do the trick.
I, Jesse Herrick, hereby verify that the following fingerprint and keys are in fact owned by me and valid.
- Key ID:
- Key Fingerprint:
4C6A B069 91E2 1130 40F9 E813 CE5E BC41 A8B6 2FDE
- Keyserver (updated often)
- Self-hosted (updated after every blog post)
- “The GNU Privacy Handbook” – A great resource for all things PGP/GPG.
- “An Introduction to Public Key Cryptography and PGP” – A tutorial by the Electronic Frontier Foundation about getting started with PGP.
- “Why do you need PGP?” – An essay written by PGP’s creator about why PGP is important.
- “Why privacy matters” – A fantastic TED talk by Glenn Greenwald answering the question, “I have nothing to hide, so why do I care?”
- “Why I Digitally Sign My E-Mail” – A likeminded individual who explains why he signs his emails using PGP.
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