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Keybase proof

I hereby claim:

  • I am elijah on github.
  • I am elijah (https://keybase.io/elijah) on keybase.
  • I have a public key whose fingerprint is DDA4 64DF 734A D996 C0C9 C371 A30C F613 39FA 6421

To claim this, I am signing this object:

{
    "body": {
        "key": {
            "fingerprint": "dda464df734ad996c0c9c371a30cf61339fa6421",
            "host": "keybase.io",
            "key_id": "a30cf61339fa6421",
            "uid": "6a4c4dce15a3fbbdb3a51c1b7c449100",
            "username": "elijah"
        },
        "service": {
            "name": "github",
            "username": "elijah"
        },
        "type": "web_service_binding",
        "version": 1
    },
    "ctime": 1394552351,
    "expire_in": 157680000,
    "prev": "fbcb3bd6598b01ee3d94f158250d442b373b356e34a916eb915b304c0db6e04f",
    "seqno": 4,
    "tag": "signature"
}

with the PGP key whose fingerprint is DDA4 64DF 734A D996 C0C9 C371 A30C F613 39FA 6421 (captured above as body.key.fingerprint), yielding the PGP signature:

-----BEGIN PGP MESSAGE-----
Version: Keybase OpenPGP JS 0.0.1
Comment: https://keybase.io/crypto
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=SDhi
-----END PGP MESSAGE-----

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

My publicly-auditable identity:

https://keybase.io/elijah

From the command line:

Consider the keybase command line program.

# look me up
keybase id elijah

# encrypt a message to me
keybase encrypt elijah -m 'a secret message...'

# ...and more...
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