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Public key

You can obtain my GnuPG (PGP) key from three different sources:


The fingerprint of my key is

D0DA E915 BFDD E5CD 8BA0  B159 7E97 2ACB FE0A 7AF3

You can check the fingerprint using the following command:

gpg --fingerprint 7E972ACBFE0A7AF3

The output of that command should be the same of the fingerprint shown above. If it is different, please let me know, as you might have obtained an altered key.

In particular, beware! The short ID of my key is duplicated. So make sure that you have obtained the key with the above fingerprint.

Do not use the short ID for my key!

The short ID of my key has been duplicated and uploaded to the web of trust keyservers. If you use the short ID, you may download a key that does not belong to me (in spite of the name and email included in the key). The duplicated short ID key has been revoked, but nothing prevents that this incident may repeat in the future.

For more details see:


CACert is a community-driven certification authority. If you get assured by some of the members of the community, you will be able of generating your own SSL certificates, signed by CACert.

I am an assurer since 2006. I can assign up to 35 points. The more points you collect, the more privileges you get (read the whole handbook for more details about the procedure).

If you want to be assured and live in the Madrid area, contact me. If you are not sure about how to proceed to get assured, don't worry, just ask :-).

Author: Israel Herraiz

Created: 2016-10-18 Tue 10:37