How to Contact the Puppycide Database Project


The easiest and fastest way to contact us is by using our contact form below. The contact form does not record any information about you or your computer - although you are welcome to provide us with your phone number or email address using the form if you would like us to reply. The form also encrypts your message for you, to ensure your privacy without having to setup encryption on your computer.

Leave a Secure Message


Don't forget to include your email address or phone number in the form below if you would like us to reply to your message!


Message:


E-Mail

Need to send us an email? to send a message using your computer's email client. Or if you would like to use a different email tool, you can reach us at: contact (at) puppycidedb (dot) com - be sure to replace (at) with @ and (dot) with . Sorry we have to type it this way to cut down on the amount of spam we receive.

NOTE: We recently changed email services as well as our email addresses. Not to worry, though, we will continue to receive email at our old email address, puppycidedb (at) riseup (dot) net.

Be aware that sending email using most widely available providers like Google, Microsoft and US Internet Service Providers limits the Puppycide Database Project's ability to protect your identity and privacy. Take a look at our how-to guide below to help encrypt email communication to make sure that no one can snoop on your messages to us.

Social Media and Instant Messaging

The PuppycideDB Project also has a social media presence. You can contact us publicly at the , the and the .

How to Secure Your Messages

If you wish to email us we strongly recommend the use of encryption. Here is a brief guide on using GPG4Win (PGP released under the GNU License for Windows) to protect the contents of communication while using Tor to protect your physical location and identity. Note that the guide below will not work for Apple/Mac users - for those of you with Apple products, we recommend the use of an application call gpgtools. The Electronic Frontier Foundation has put together an excellent set of instructions on how to setup gpptools with a Mac for beginners that will help you contact us securely and safely. Of course you can request such instructions and we will expedite creation of the document.

Keys

Below you can copy and paste the Project's public key, which is also listed on the SKS Keyserver Pool and a few other keyservers for your convenience.

Special Note: We have updated our PGP keys. This will be performed on a regular basis, annually unless we have evidence that a key was compromised. This first new key exchange has also upgraded the strength of the encryption keys used, from to 2048 to 4096 bits. As confirmation you can download this revocation certificate for confirmation of this change.


The new key fingerprint is 040C D852 0EAB 0FCB 5492 5DA0 D059 F15C D355 3EDC.
The old key fingerprint is CC23 50AB 92F5 75AC 6D17 A6D3 F556 E5D5 63C9 9462.

-----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
Version: SKS 1.1.5+
Comment: Hostname: keys.techwolf12.nl

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=PA/l
-----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----