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This is the web directory of Taylor `Riastradh' Campbell, containing
miscellaneous frobbotzim that have accrued over the years with no
rhyme or reason.  Well, sometimes they rhyme.

If you like any of what I do and would like to support it by sending
me Bitcoins, send me mail saying so and I'll reply with a Bitcoin
address.

I welcome signed and encrypted OpenPGP and S/MIME mail.  This README
file has an OpenPGP detached signature in README.pgp and a PKCS#7/CMS
detached signature in README.p7s made with the same keys I use for
email.

* OpenPGP

My OpenPGP keys are at <http://mumble.net/~campbell/riastradh.pgp> and
on the key servers.  The key you should use is:

   pub   4096R/7EF3D01B 2010-12-31 [expires: 2020-12-31]
         Key fingerprint = FD8A F90D EEB3 04CD 8F21  28A4 D4BB 4629 7EF3 D01B
   uid                  Taylor R Campbell (Riastradh) <campbell@mumble.net>

This should match the output you see from the command

   gpg --with-fingerprint --list-keys campbell@mumble.net

If you use GnuPG, then after you import my OpenPGP key with

   gpg --import riastradh.pgp

the detached signature README.pgp on this file README should be
accepted by the command

   gpg --verify README.pgp README

which should say `Good signature from "Taylor R Campbell (Riastradh)
<campbell@mumble.net>"'.

If not, something is wrong!  If so, everything may be right, provided
that you verified my OpenPGP key over a secure channel.

* S/MIME

My S/MIME key is at <http://mumble.net/~campbell/riastradh.pem>.  The
certificate's SHA-1 fingerprint is

   88d3 886f 562e a96d 4284  3e6d af37 7943 cc90 e550,

which should match the output of the command

   openssl x509 -fingerprint -noout < riastradh.pem

The public key id is

   6838 7d83 67dc 1b31 9388  4d79 8158 bc8a eb41 4d78,

which should match the `X509v3 Subject Key Identifier' field in the
output of the command

   openssl x509 -text -noout < riastradh.pem

The detached signature README.p7s on this file README should be
accepted by the command (or perhaps incantation[*])

   openssl smime -verify -noverify -nointern -inform PEM
      -certfile riastradh.pem -content README
      < README.p7s > /dev/null

which should say `Verification successful'.

If not, something is wrong!  If so, everything may be right, provided
that you verified my x.509 certificate over a secure channel.

[*] In this incantation,

. `-verify' means `verify the signature README.p7s on the file README';
. `-noverify' means `don't verify the certificate in riastradh.pem'
  (since it is a self-signed certificate); and
. `-nointern' means `ignore any certificates in README.p7s and use only
  the one riastradh.pem for key material'.