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# New Email Certificates for [email protected]
With a couple of S/MIME certificates expiring soon, and me mis-
placing one of my private gpg keys, I've opted to issue new ones
across the board. This will likely only affect a handful of
people, but I'm posting a signed message accordingly.
My preferred mechanism is S/MIME because iOS handles S/MIME email
certificates gracefully (-ish) and I don't have a way to view/
validate GNUpg messages unless I'm at a computer.
## S/MIME certificate
* Attachment page: http://kvet.ch/?attachment_id=4205
## GNUpg public key
* Attachment page: http://kvet.ch/?attachment_id=4213
Presently both of these will serve up a file from media.kvet.ch,
which is my Amazon S3 store. This may change in the future with
little-to-no warning. GNUpg key is also available on the public
It is 201311191144 and I approve this message.
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Comment: GPGTools - http://gpgtools.org
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