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My new 8,192 bit public key.

I’ve been playing with gpg again, and decided it was time to bump up my key size in order to have a key that was acceptable for encryption for the next few years. Until quantum computing kicks in, then I’ll have to double/quadruple the key size again… who knows. But for now, I think this will suffice for awhile.

Modifying gpg source code to allow 8,192 bit keys was simple to accomplish and the information is freely available on the net, so I won’t repost it here. However, if you want my new key, here it is :)
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