Yesterday, I finally got around to generate a new PGP/GPG key pair, and obsoleted 2 old ones. They were created in 1994 and 1998. I couldn't even generate a revocation for the oldest one, since the "IDEA" cipher is no longer supported.
Let me rephrase that in context:
I can mathematically prove that I was active in computer security before many of the attackers that I defend against, were born.
In other news:
Djee, I'm old. But in this industry, we call that "well-tested and peer-reviewed".
P.S: For those wanted the shiny new bits on their keyring, the magic incantation is:
gpg --recv-keys 0x788a1200b221877e