In case you want to allow me to log in to your machine using SSH please copy the following line into your ".ssh/authorized_keys" file.
---- BEGIN SSH2 PUBLIC KEY ----
Comment: "1024-bit DSA, converted from OpenSSH by kapil@as82"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---- END SSH2 PUBLIC KEY ----

This is my new GPG Key as of 2004-10-13 10:00 UTC. The revocation certificates related with my old PGP (2.x) and GPG keys have been issued. As far as I know these keys have not been compromised but folks are requested to shift over to using GPG (or if you must PGP6) and use the new keys. Here is a copy of the same GPG key with an embedded photograph.


-----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
Version: GnuPG v1.2.4 (GNU/Linux)

mQGiBEFs8+8RBACgGADD0jm2hbuXT/o2mWhfKPXrEXSJQnxb45lr4j45O1z0ZHZz
M/swC7SQmAtftzCr6kZlqRcXUL1/yM7tRW0YEDdKYpnuRkEIveX/o0n0zrrXOQjo
BQKvKR+4bgm7P4Nx3XU1DFUil5amooRIqdIEsJ22Vy4PW1cSalIAEaLHUwCg9Js2
xVMOQLpftVhcgr8u8M++cwkD/iXcJ935WBCj9X6ksdkYX2R+95ZQLB2IN1G5zv1+
FrM9ixs6SVvhOaX1tLEbcxFP8AEXEqqVamXD46xzsa6fWzPspP+MW6gC/czAKsir
gnl1MArt2SmouBNTlaoVkL1A+UEpoSGSVrG0aR7Rzxp76GNAHGSsSqRqmynR6dxf
MUvxA/0R1npOiun7IGzN+EyvXPWlP2M2IGHNDMp7/M9t2ampzFx94S3Bx+EAUpA5
VYHIuoyqd+BKCtneMvokcUucmKbZWb3rgegjTd3IKPHNnj5h4XasJlMhln/XbjFv
9qRMdQprIsqSgDp8g2oCBYb8X9Q9t/cSVkJuPucpHF5668PnTLYAAAAoS2FwaWwg
SGFyaSBQYXJhbmphcGUgPGthcGlsQGltc2MucmVzLmluPoheBBMRAgAeBQJBbPPv
AhsDBgsJCAcDAgMVAgMDFgIBAh4BAheAAAoJEEkfj9pUFuW4AhwAn3FRSNGv1AKo
0Qh6DeCiaPtobO9PAKDKYf7Ncmuwmc5KhyuRrduERM6DbIhGBBMRAgAGBQJBbPR6
AAoJEF8iDR3+0dCNiKkAmwRTeXe1E/HdzbMlB8IGKBENZR96AJ0em8wxHFDBCtas
BiJjA9JLKiKb87kBDQRBbPPwEAQA15gfTjwvai0M8us9fszXYB63Z4k//+x68HW6
wt6ivhsyxW5cXQX9g3oVGeVqbjkIYNQWblPhNbh3TtcqMlRsg7FlP9rPuVSMFU4e
/+298mNXGXWOF+MK8jAWIPbxIM0rhUGuYvacuTj/CprSjuWLdzo9o+WFJMI10m1g
NWLMM0MAAwUD/31ftBLJ9IVZ9wmd+VmIrwQx+bn0tpb4CNT681DquVe4GHb5hW4E
HgYOWdgSjincjRLI6R+5Gu9gjzyU9xrieO0pip0s8h09wA/YvCJRvxfF5p62F7LB
exFHDeRPvMQ6wRHSN0s6iLER2LDYkIO9N5vO98kMDklybXou5bJx4xy4iEkEGBEC
AAkFAkFs8/ACGwwACgkQSR+P2lQW5bg9qgCg5cZ91qYvMsAqw+dq/GNzNHgFa6QA
niJAFIdlJM3Kr8YUcQctvTnyz0gQ
=nXrE
-----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----

Revocation Certificates

For the key

pub  1024D/90CBA226 2000-02-19 Kapil Hari Paranjape (Signer) <kapil@imsc.ernet.in>
     Key fingerprint = C095 7267 95BB F6CF CDB0  207A CFB6 0D6F 90CB A226
sub  1024g/ECC67829 2000-02-19
Here is the revocation.
-----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
Version: GnuPG v1.0.1 (GNU/Linux)
Comment: For info see http://www.gnupg.org
Comment: A revocation certificate should follow

iEYEIBECAAYFAjiuS+AACgkQz7YNb5DLoiaxswCgul6Qki6WjwEUbpxJbbHW4wUC
aoAAoLtwaDDYvvlBejwkIsfp4qCNdthN
=YgcV
-----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----

For the key

pub   768D/FED1D08D 2000-02-19 Kapil Hari Paranjape <kapil@imsc.res.in>
     Key fingerprint = B6D2 F4F2 A37C B887 DFA2  9100 5F22 0D1D FED1 D08D
uid                            Kapil Hari Paranjape <kapil@imsc.ernet.in>
sub  1024g/CECEB39B 2000-02-19
Here is the revocation.
-----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
Version: GnuPG v1.0.1 (GNU/Linux)
Comment: For info see http://www.gnupg.org
Comment: A revocation certificate should follow

iEYEIBECAAYFAjiuTB0ACgkQXyINHf7R0I12cACfUiy8SJ8Q1OOIE9DeWCKKn8Dr
9w4AoJnDIra7aPwSoEgvS+Ug9/Ru2Zm5
=2HCB
-----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----

For the key

512/1E8EE261 1996/10/09 Kapil Hari Paranjape <kapil@imsc.ernet.in>
Key fingerprint = CA F1 07 DD 7B FF 0E D6  82 77 19 DE FD
FE 30 83
Here is the revocation.
-----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
Version: GnuPG v1.0.1 (GNU/Linux)
Comment: For info see http://www.gnupg.org
Comment: A revocation certificate should follow

iQBVAgUgOK4iXdthrB0ejuJhAQHhzwH+ORmgr/nBz8YAZBsLxDvlZPQl+gQJO1Tu
g60Erx1ItETh8Prcc6K/mW2X5FY/duX3ISYvuUHBr9tbjQEXEvGS1A==
=RHJS
-----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----

For the key

768/BB1847AD 1996/10/09 Kapil Hari Paranjape-S <kapil@imsc.ernet.in>
Key fingerprint = 39 E2 3A 9B 10 E2 6F 59  0D BE 5B 6F 6C 25 1C 44
Here is the revocation.
-----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
Version: GnuPG v1.0.1 (GNU/Linux)
Comment: For info see http://www.gnupg.org
Comment: A revocation certificate should follow

iQB1AgUgOK4ovCu3Bju7GEetAQHbRQL+IXfbA2yrJUfqen7+Z5E0IaMNb2EoaxY8
qGY6w7SX60IgJGczMTUQGtdrygQbq4tH+ns+rei+vTvnYBTELiLlu5Z95BrhAKPt
I0R8aSyFQN2Fb49ZmiCOdC8pEPhNmGdG
=gDoA
-----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----

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