You can always contact me with PGP-encrypted messages, verify my signature, or validate the packages or commit I made. Here’s some way to get those public keys:
This is the most recommended way of getting my public key for most cases. You can just run these in your terminal, as long as you have GPG program in your machine.
via MIT's Key Server
via Ubuntu's Key Server
For several cases, it is much easier to add the public key file manually rather than importing them via GPG program directly. For those cases, please refer to the following server to obtain my public key:
Then you can add the file via Terminal:
## Static file cat chris.pgp.asc | gpg --import ## With cUrl curl https://gl-statis.konten.christianto.net/pgp/chris.pgp.asc | gpg --import
If you're using Keybase, you can just pull my key with following command:
Any of those step should be able to properly grab my public keys with following details:
pub rsa4096 2018-07-07 [SC] [expires: 2040-07-01] 4F7A 34FF 4BD5 630B F618 BC06 332D 7EAF BCDB 79A3 uid [ultimate] Gunawan Christianto (chez14) <[redacted-to-prevent-spam]> sub rsa4096 2018-07-07 [E] [expires: 2040-07-01] sub rsa4096 2018-11-19 [S] [expires: 2040-07-01]
If you're using Keybase, please note that there might be some slight differences on the identity part. Additionally, the email has been stripped to prevent scrapers sending stuffs.