[Wlug] Next WLUG Meeting: Keysigning Party 9/11/2013

Eric Martin eric.joshua.martin at gmail.com
Wed Sep 11 16:55:15 EDT 2013


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Hi All, I forgot to mention that you should print out your fingerprint
and bring it to the meeting, to make sure that the one I have on file
for you is the correct one.  If you aren't able to pre-register, print
out 15 copies or so to hand out to people at the meeting.  You can get
the fingerprint by typing

gpg --list-secret-keys | grep ^sec
For me, this is 146797fa. Yours will be different.

gpg --fingerprint KEYID

I'm looking forward to seeing everybody there.  We'll have a short talk
on the how and why of PGP, then we'll adjourn to Tech Pizza for dinner.

On 9/11/13 10:37 AM, Chuck Anderson wrote:
> Now is a good time to check if your key is expired and/or is using a
> weak algorithm or key size, and generate a new key if necessary.
>
> I followed the steps here to start a transition from an ancient 1024D
> (DSA 1024-bit) key to a modern 4096R (RSA 4096-bit) key:
>
> http://www.apache.org/dev/key-transition.html
>
> See you all tonight!
>
> On Sun, Sep 08, 2013 at 10:48:00PM -0400, Eric Martin wrote:
>> Just a reminder that this week I'll be giving a talk on PGP and running a
>> key signing.  Please upload your public key to the keyring before the
>> meeting to register for the key signing.  It is possible to participate
>> without registering but it's a lot easier if you register.
>>
>> Please don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions.
>>
>>
>> On Thu, Aug 29, 2013 at 11:53 PM, Eric Martin
>> <eric.joshua.martin at gmail.com>wrote:
>>
>>>
> On Wednesday, September 11th 2013 I'll be running a PGP Key Signing
> party.  PGP stands for Pretty Good Privacy and was developed by Phil
> Zimmerman in 1991 for secure communications.  Signing keys allows you to
> say that you trust somebody's key, and extends the Web of Trust which
> helps everybody.
>
> To participate, please bring your public key's fingerprint, and at least
> (2) forms of ID (Government issued photo ID is the best way to go).  If
> you don't yet have a public key, follow the directions for 'Preparing
> for the Party' from this [1] Key Signing Party HOWTO.
>
> Additionally, please upload your public key to our keyring for this
> event here [2].  I'll give a brief talk on PGP, and then we'll go
> through everybody's keys.
>
> What not to bring: A computer.  Keys are signed at home, we just verify
> them at the Key Signing.
>
> [1]
>
>
http://www.cryptnet.net/fdp/crypto/keysigning_party/en/keysigning_party.html#prep
> [2] http://biglumber.com/x/web?keyring=4480
>
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Eric Martin
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