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The P.G.P. key given above only contains the public key of the primary signing key and first user I.D. This is to avoid the copy of the key on this website become out of date when changes are made to the key. As a result, this is not enough information to be able to verify signatures made with subkeys or to send me encrypted files, and so the subkeys must be obtained seperately. To do this, you can run the following command to retrieve my key from a key server, which will be continuously updated.
Below is a list of P.G.P. keys which I have revoked and their revocation certificates. Please note that none of these keys are known to have been compromised and that they are being revoked as they are not in use as a pre-emptive measure.