On 2014-11-10 23:55:59 -0500 (-0500), Adam Young wrote: > Um, yeah. What Zigo said.
Agreed. I tried out keybase.io (but not the insane private key hosting obviously), was unimpressed and have since deleted my account. I'll acknowledge that as someone who already doesn't use social media and considers it a blight on the Internet as a whole, I was likely not their target audience anyway. I respect that they're trying to bring OpenPGP and cryptocommunication in general to a wider audience, but sort of thought the crypto community had already learned the "trust us with your private key" lesson during the Hushmail incident of 2007. I fear keybase.io is doomed to repeat that unfortunate bit of history. For anyone who wants to find my public key, it's already in the SKS pool and replicated to most other popular keyserver networks replete with accumulated signatures. -- Jeremy Stanley
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