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14-06-2016 21:14:44 <asciilifeform> funkenstein_: retarded in the same exact way as keybase.
18-05-2016 18:41:58 <asciilifeform> hey, both of you know where the 'attainable, realistic, sober' folks live. go, buy all of the 'blackphones' you want. make yerself keybase acct. whatever.
05-05-2016 16:38:37 <asciilifeform> incidentally we have begun a batch of keys scraped from the infamous 'keybase'.
05-02-2016 14:00:54 <mircea_popescu> "Every file you write in there is signed. There's no manual signing process, no taring or gzipping, no detached sigs. Instead, everything in this folder appears as plaintext files on everyone's computers. You can even open /keybase/public/yourname in your Finder or Explorer and drag things in."
05-02-2016 13:59:55 <mircea_popescu> "Public, signed directories for everyone in the world You can now write data in a very special place: /keybase/public/yourname"
05-02-2016 13:59:33 <mircea_popescu> "Alpha releases of the Keybase app are starting to come with a cryptographically secure file mount. It is brand new. And very different." da fuck is this shit.
05-02-2016 13:07:32 <assbot> Logged on 05-02-2016 12:06:30; punkman: https://keybase.io/introducing-the-keybase-filesystem
15-01-2016 04:35:08 <AdrianG> adlai: have you seen keybase?
10-12-2015 14:23:09 <asciilifeform> in the keybase vs actual-pgp sense
13-10-2015 17:08:04 <binaryatrocity> stop thinking about Keybase at all, if you know me for my code on Github, and you see I've signed some message with my key, and see a message similarly signed on a Twitter account
13-10-2015 17:05:54 <binaryatrocity> I understand what you're saying, Keybase could not exist and you could still do the same process of "proofs", signing a message and positing it to Twitter saying this is me achieves the same thing
13-10-2015 17:01:57 <mike_c> if it were a problem, if anyone cared about keybase
13-10-2015 17:01:24 <mike_c> why? what would make me take that leap? because they are on the same keybase page that somebody set up?
13-10-2015 17:00:17 <mike_c> the problem with keybase is that it's smoke and mirrors. there isn't any actual link between those things, but it is pretending there is
13-10-2015 16:59:39 <mike_c> that I somehow know that it's not somebody else posting those twitter messages because the same public key and twitter address are listed on some keybase page?
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