Download arh-pubkey.asc (.txt) and use it.

Ali Reza Hayati
rsa4096 2020-06-01 [SCA] [expires: 2021-12-31]
6ACD 8BF4 4109 E852 96B7 2F20 6118 CCE2 1080 D0E2

Encryption guide

If you don’t know how to encrypt your email, take a look at this page. If you can’t encrypt your email, let Keyoxide do it for you:

Update the key

If you’re sending me an email message after a while, please update the key before using it. They key may get some changes sometimes. For example, some identities may be added or deleted. It is important to update the key before sending email messages.

Updating the key is easy. If you’re using UNIX-like operating systems such as GNU+Linux and macOS, run this command in your terminal:

curl '' | gpg --import

and the key will get updated.

If you’re on Windows, delete my key from your encryption software and then download my key again and add it.


You may find keys under my name on some keyservers but the best way to get the real key is to check this page before sending me messages. I’ll always provide my PGP information here, before anywhere else.

Of course, to be really sure which key is mine, you need to get my key (fingerprint) from me (directly) or follow a chain of signatures. Please be careful about information you send using email messages.


Session name: Desktop
Session Key:  gxTo IBoN Pp+w g4Jz /M/v JuaL s5Nv tJXw jcsH 5JRl Ku4
Session name: Phone
Session Key:  gSUQ TGKr BDsk 5vvy BJWO T+0qw9Oa DEYL ZVPy Zj0J b5U

Last update: 2020 November 13