Current gpg key is here if you want to check my signature or to send me secure e-mail

Last modified 10 May 2005 -- expires 3 September 2005

Key belongs to gingrich@cs.rmit.edu.au

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This new key, is so available in a file. It is not signed with any previous key due to a system crash. And I'm stuffed if I know where I have stored the private key for this public key -- so do not use it. Old keys available for the off chance that there may be a signed message somewhere that needs these keys to authenticate.
This key will expire on 20 April 2010.

A further key, created on 27 August, 2007 is available as Almost current key


This current key is signed with the "almost current key" giving some assurance that it really is my key. The new key has associations with all of the e-mail addresses that I commonly used for signed communications. These include RMIT, the Melbourne PC User Group, Internode, and SAGE-AU.
Don Gingrich Lecturer -- System Administration & Operating Systems
gingrich@rmit.edu.au School of CSIT, RMIT Melbourne, Au
gingrich@acm.org don.gingrich@member.sage-au.org.au

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