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Keybase proof

I hereby claim:

  • I am sansseryph on github.
  • I am karper (https://keybase.io/karper) on keybase.
  • I have a public key ASAN_mi5OVDCUMcfksF6JecJHdk9BOYqk-umFRSJxtxSUQo

To claim this, I am signing this object:

{
  "body": {
    "key": {
      "eldest_kid": "0101e74f7d85c2d81b82877f372621db5b927d54d704593ae002855228fd452c132f0a",
      "host": "keybase.io",
      "kid": "01200dfe68b93950c250c71f92c17a25e7091dd93d04e62a93eba6151489c6dc52510a",
      "uid": "9a25970dbce2768436141579e09a6319",
      "username": "karper"
    },
    "merkle_root": {
      "ctime": 1584145940,
      "hash": "f02095a6d51288320aec3c8394e9a8f92aa79e783caa0bd20c82feee6d36e6e44e478b98d700c346e403d0e91e1cfdfa1b78349786b7ccd5e3b40083b3b3d4b2",
      "hash_meta": "fe5c073b9b18f1801194a14860b000a5c98805ce1251c94c9c95a6daf6646b5d",
      "seqno": 15364260
    },
    "service": {
      "entropy": "ilWe3wCJpNk2fOqoE/dzjT3b",
      "name": "github",
      "username": "sansseryph"
    },
    "type": "web_service_binding",
    "version": 2
  },
  "client": {
    "name": "keybase.io go client",
    "version": "5.2.1"
  },
  "ctime": 1584145965,
  "expire_in": 504576000,
  "prev": "316a4d4a25d3b7d48ce7bcdace4529e0010b3b31f0bf0c2f146439de925f6dfe",
  "seqno": 106,
  "tag": "signature"
}

with the key ASAN_mi5OVDCUMcfksF6JecJHdk9BOYqk-umFRSJxtxSUQo, yielding the signature:

hKRib2R5hqhkZXRhY2hlZMOpaGFzaF90eXBlCqNrZXnEIwEgDf5ouTlQwlDHH5LBeiXnCR3ZPQTmKpPrphUUicbcUlEKp3BheWxvYWTESpcCasQgMWpNSiXTt9SM57zazkUp4AELOzHwvwwvFGQ53pJfbf7EID1bAdYiPqDM1HRQ6SSlWy0n0QI5cQ+ac6TKfDPgeNZIAgHCo3NpZ8RAeJx0bO8UtYkD7XOQEmcYvvlN5Hvl9+FWFt9lacUCVcDvo4tBlTMWN52w5tTgofI1e4E3Lqpsd15XLJp1MfR2BahzaWdfdHlwZSCkaGFzaIKkdHlwZQildmFsdWXEIGeRVVAGnGzHtlbaFAnoZgajYouFavmj/Vv0MCjVWEQfo3RhZ80CAqd2ZXJzaW9uAQ==

And finally, I am proving ownership of the github account by posting this as a gist.

My publicly-auditable identity:

https://keybase.io/karper

From the command line:

Consider the keybase command line program.

# look me up
keybase id karper
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