Download my GNU Privacy Guard (GPG) public key and my SSH public key.

My public GPG key.

Download my GNU Privacy Guard (GPG) public key for validating my signatures and encrypting your messages to me. The key has fingerprint 6A40 C7E0 7CC9 50AB 3C51 248B CF5B 8B76 CF4C EC34 and is available in GPG format and armored text format.

micski-gpg-public-key.gpg
micski-gpg-public-key.pub

The OpenPGP lock and a diploma indicates, that this message has been encrypted and signed by the sender. The GNU Privacy Guard keys was used with Thunderbird Mail to protect privacy.

If you would like to see, how you can import a GPG public key, then I recommend, that you read How to import a GNU Privacy Guard (GPG) public key into email client. If you would like to learn, how to create your own GPG key, then I recommend reading How to sign and encrypt email with The GNU Privacy Guard (GPG).

My public SSH key.

Download my SSH public key for granting me access via SFTP or SSH to your server. The key has fingerprint nfMq BkY/ JeDM Ignj OB3v /vi4 bruf mir3 bAf+ DhKW vfw and is available in standard text format. The key should be inserted into your SSH server key ring, which is usually .ssh/authorized_keys in the user home directory.

micski-ssh-public-key.pub

My certificate authority (CA) root certificate.

If I have processed certificate signing request (CSR) from you and returned a signed certificate, then you should distribute my root certificate from my certificate authority (CA) to the browsers, mail clients, operating systems or other types of clients of your encrypted service.

The root certificate of Micski Certificate Authority has been imported into the internal Certificate Manager of Mozilla Thunderbird mail client.
The root certificate of Micski Certificate Authority has been imported into the internal Certificate Manager of Mozilla Thunderbird mail client.

This page was last updated 2021-09-30.