If you have any issues or concerns about this site, or if you wish to peer with this server, please contact me via the email address within the below public key.
With OpenPGP you can encrypt and sign mail and other data end to end, using public key cryptography. As the name implies, the public keys need to be distributed publicly. That is what keyservers do. Clients like Enigmail for Thunderbird connect to keyservers to search and retrieve the keys they need.
pgpkeys.urown.net runs SKS (The Synchronizing OpenPGP Key Server) and understands the following protocols:
pgpkeys.urown.net is a member of the sks-keyserver pool.
Connect your OpenPGP client to the pool by using one of the following servers:
The following often encountered servers are not pools:
Note: Using a single server instead of a pool, makes it easy for a server or network operator to track with whom you communicate. See the OpenPGP Best Practices guide from riseup.net.