We have updated our encryption keys

As part of our ongoing efforts to protect our sources and volunteers, the Puppycide Database Project has updated our PGP encryption keys. Our encryption keys will be circulated annually unless we have evidence of a security compromise. In addition to creating new keys, we have also increased the complexity of the encryption key from 2046 to 4096 bits.

Our new key, as well as a handy video on how to use it, is available on our Contact Page as well as below.

This change can be confirmed using PKI infrastructure technology using the revocaction certificate we have issued.

We recommend that all of our volunteers and sources use strong encryption to contact us as well as a general best practice. Windows users should consider using GPG4Win. Our technical staff is more than happy to offer support for all volunteers who need help getting encryption setup at absolutely no charge.

New certificate fingerprint: 040C D852 0EAB 0FCB 5492 5DA0 D059 F15C D355 3EDC

Old certificate fingerprint: CC23 50AB 92F5 75AC 6D17 A6D3 F556 E5D5 63C9 9462

-----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
Version: SKS 1.1.5+
Comment: Hostname: keys.techwolf12.nl

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Curious on how to get encryption setup on your computer? Here's a handy guide to GPG4Win: