For those of you who read my blog and wonder if I have a GPG key, well your in luck! I have had a key since Glen, a friend of mine, introduced me the world of encryption and security in September 2004, and my life hasn't been the same since.
I used to sign all of my emails, regardless. Well lately, I have been getting lazy and haven't been so steadfast. However, my motivation has been renewed since Christer started asking me questions about it. So, from here on out, every email sent from me will be signed. If the email is not signed with my key, then you should question whether or not it came from me. If the signature fails (I will always do my best to make sure this doesn't happen), you should also question the authenticity of the email.
I try and keep an updated version of my key on all the public keyservers that I can, however, you can always find the most up-to-date key on this blog. Speaking of which, I made some edits to the key this morning, so it is recommended that you grab this most updated copy.
Being a Computer Science Major and Math Minor, I enjoy cryptology immensely. I hope to be a cryptologist when I grow up. I have been studying in this vast field for quite some time, and would love to speak to any Linux Users Group concerning cryptology- whether it be about its history, application, variations, or related fields. I have a great amount of data on the subject at hand, so presenting on just about any aspect of it is no problem at all. Just drop me a line.