Creating Unique Fingerprint

Stefan Claas stefan.claas at
Mon Jun 19 08:16:25 CEST 2017

Am Mon, 19 Jun 2017 10:23:58 +0800
schrieb Long Si <longsi0008 at>:

> Hi
> I am on Linux, and would like to generate a key with "unique 40"
> fingerprint.
> eg 1: Starts with ABCD XXXX ... XXXX
> eg 2: Starts with AXXX XXXX ... XXXA ends with A
> eg 3: XXXX ... XXXX without any '0' character at all
> How would I go about writing such a script? Don't mind running for
> months to get these sets.

If there would be such a script, we would have a problem... ;-)

But you can generate a key with a 32bit key-id of your choice,
with scallion:

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