Public PGP Key
Users receive email messages warning that the expiration date for their current password is approaching. These messages are digitally signed using PGP to provide some assurance of authenticity of the message. Those utilizing PGP or GnuPG enabled mail readers can validate the message if they have imported the public key for the notification service.
For more information on GnuPG, an open source implementation of the OpenPGP standard, please see http://www.gnupg.org
|Public Key Details|
|Fingerprint||D342 2A54 2225 BDBB 2CB3 3DB7 C9A7 0EF4 B68F E2EC|
Many PGP enabled clients can also import the key directly from the keyserver pgp.mit.edu. Be sure to verify the Key ID and fingerprint of any key that you download to protect against counterfeit keys.