• keybase.io

    From Ogg@21:4/106.21 to NuSkooler on Wed Apr 14 22:36:00 2021
    I dropped by keybase.io and created this after looking up your
    name. Are you able to decrypt this?

    -----BEGIN PGP MESSAGE-----
    Version: Keybase OpenPGP v2.1.13
    Comment: https://keybase.io/crypto

    wcFMAx1K3OAGZm2vAQ/9E43YJ9DTddsh0+zr86hqsizesi3TFWeNPSLCPqY0pz9N qgEqCowXhHU1nW5VVFvQ/xMMKraE1Urgxr7GWH5KnE/XA3VZoicceZRJzcYCHsA6 ds4ZsI0DOeUjpAPHLnC0ZDQH9rDXFNWN+XiWFF2CfEiNU32SgoGZ8jJwodO2atql kDlhNLQIbFFomhgs4FplXJAqcGFL3QP1IzKD82BqotO23jaxRMdkyO3Z1PAfeX/b RofaWfVjyEQIRRwNkVjkrrJdq0DLk/7u1kQr284yYVpxZOTqhcGQti6Ux7NOOK17 EQqiPTtFFDqcrFS2iAEQkBZ5SX9ZDYIcrWhE0Krel7LZKv8G1HKkTuSHITDjJPyg azg229Ls6XwaYXzOz2Fikj+SdplnNG5xtOC65FqO+629Uc74qiPKAMOwVBB3ilfS p/C4yTF92n+z9gfOSYZUdWiphLVsGZsMorGiHIEVZehONtHUi4P4owZVktJDOkmd NFHT/QkmmvscvUjsa6I/djFT1UnhaWg6tK9cqSTN1yWaNpAiiuIfNMHjBgGRnIWH SHlBMM522fmkYLpNe6/jnbTcq9NOsCK0J/Mbr5NaczdnOyVC0Mne49JunwcVbe30 w1RMnVW9Z8TLb5PdDCIOyWK9Wgdorwu4UM5+R55m2Sgdif575iU6pBmdqeIjj0HS XAGB8MamJ9S5swhSwjYjH6wKaHvAaL6nCIRzJG3P1zLd1XlQ6FwSOJid9EB0x6t7 q10sjH0c4Dm01NdRbkTPj8qpgNUaR5WMtTYGCU65w9sKIiMdbc51ZU9c5CuF
    =cS6n
    -----END PGP MESSAGE-----


    I thought is was interesting that I could do this, but the site
    didn't request any credentials from me.


    --- OpenXP 5.0.49
    * Origin: Key ID = 0x5789589B (21:4/106.21)
  • From NuSkooler@21:1/121 to Ogg on Fri Apr 16 00:25:23 2021

    On Thursday, April 15th Ogg said...
    -----BEGIN PGP MESSAGE----- Version: Keybase OpenPGP v2.1.13 Comment: hello. just visiting keybase.io

    I'm not sure of your name on there so I can't encrypt back :D




    --
    |08 ■ |12NuSkooler |06// |12Xibalba |08- |07"|06The place of fear|07"
    |08 ■ |03xibalba|08.|03l33t|08.|03codes |08(|0344510|08/|03telnet|08, |0344511|08/|03ssh|08)
    |08 ■ |03ENiGMA 1/2 WHQ |08| |03Phenom |08| |0367 |08| |03iMPURE |08| |03ACiDic
    --- ENiGMA 1/2 v0.0.12-beta (linux; x64; 14.15.4)
    * Origin: Xibalba -+- xibalba.l33t.codes:44510 (21:1/121)
  • From Ogg@21:4/106.21 to NuSkooler on Fri Apr 16 08:13:00 2021
    Hello NuSkooler!

    ** On Friday 16.04.21 - 00:25, NuSkooler wrote to Ogg:

    On Thursday, April 15th Ogg said...
    -----BEGIN PGP MESSAGE----- Version: Keybase OpenPGP v2.1.13 Comment:
    hello. just visiting keybase.io

    I'm not sure of your name on there so I can't encrypt back
    :D

    Thanks for the conformation. It's an interesting one-way pgp/gpg
    system between a non registered person (me) to someone who is.

    Between keybase.io, tutanota, and protonmail, it's interesting
    how the importance of privacy may be clicking in to the masses.

    --- OpenXP 5.0.49
    * Origin: Key ID = 0x5789589B (21:4/106.21)
  • From NuSkooler@21:1/121 to Ogg on Fri Apr 16 18:10:58 2021

    On Friday, April 16th Ogg was heard saying...
    Thanks for the conformation. It's an interesting one-way pgp/gpg system between a non registered person (me) to someone who is.
    Between keybase.io, tutanota, and protonmail, it's interesting how the importance of privacy may be clicking in to the masses.

    Agree -- I'm not sure if you went as far as installing the keybase client/etc., but it provides some very nice ways of secure communication/sharing/etc. that have a much lesser barrier than plain ol' pgp/gpg CLI and what not.


    --
    |08 ■ |12NuSkooler |06// |12Xibalba |08- |07"|06The place of fear|07"
    |08 ■ |03xibalba|08.|03l33t|08.|03codes |08(|0344510|08/|03telnet|08, |0344511|08/|03ssh|08)
    |08 ■ |03ENiGMA 1/2 WHQ |08| |03Phenom |08| |0367 |08| |03iMPURE |08| |03ACiDic
    --- ENiGMA 1/2 v0.0.12-beta (linux; x64; 14.15.4)
    * Origin: Xibalba -+- xibalba.l33t.codes:44510 (21:1/121)
  • From Ogg@21:4/106.21 to NuSkooler on Sat Apr 17 21:13:00 2021
    Hello NuSkooler!

    ** On Friday 16.04.21 - 18:10, NuSkooler wrote to Ogg:

    On Friday, April 16th Ogg was heard saying...

    Between keybase.io, tutanota, and protonmail, it's
    interesting how the importance of privacy may be
    clicking in to the masses.

    Agree -- I'm not sure if you went as far as installing the
    keybase client/etc., but it provides some very nice ways of
    secure communication/sharing/etc. that have a much lesser
    barrier than plain ol' pgp/gpg CLI and what not.

    I'm not ready to commit to an x64 system yet (that's the minimum
    for keybase.io) as the client is not possible to operate on my
    fine XP. But the webversion seems to be a possibility since I
    was able to send you an encrypted message at least.

    Combined with the Enigmail plugin for OpenPGP, I like using
    Thunderbird for those times I need to send a private message.
    There is no CLI needed that way. And, I can still use that
    solution on my XP pc. There *is* the initial step to generate a
    private key and a public key that could be intimidating for most
    people though.

    NuSkooler Xibalba
    ENiGMA 1/2 WHQ

    Interesting backstory in part 4 of the Back To The BBS series.

    --- OpenXP 5.0.49
    * Origin: Key ID = 0x5789589B (21:4/106.21)