For general use, encrypt your message to the key 0x51E2A1C7.
If you would prefer me to read the message on a machine which is not administered by the Computer Laboratory then use the key 0x853F16CF (this will result in a delay of about one day before I can read the message, more if I am away from home at the time).
I will generally use 0x51E2A1C7 for signing email. This is signed by my long-term identity key 0xD609B85F.
If you would like to sign my key, please sign my long-term identity key (0xD609B85F), which in turn signs my other keys.
My main key which I use is my Computer Laboratory encryption/message signing key and is currently 0x51E2A1C7. This has a one year expiry time, and expires at 2006-12-03. I also generally use this key for signing email. This key is held and used on a computer system maintained by the Computer Laboratory. If this is not suitable then use my personal encryption/message signing key.
My other encryption/message signing key is currently 0x853F16CF. This has a one year expiry time, and expires at 2006-12-03. The key is held and used on a self-maintained computer, but as a result is generally not accessible all the time. If you use this key to encrypt messages to, it will be about one day before I can read the message, and possibly more if I am away from home at the time.
My key signing key is 0xD609B85F and does not expire. This key is generally kept offline and is only used to sign other keys.
My current encryption/message-signing keys will be signed by my long-term key signing key (0xD609B85F) and vice versa. In addition, my current keys will sign each other, their predecessors and their sucessors. If you would like to sign my key, please sign my long-term signing key (0xD609B85F), which in turn signs my other keys.
Last modified: 14 June, 2004