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### Keybase proof
I hereby claim:
* I am linuxmail on github.
* I am linuxmail (https://keybase.io/linuxmail) on keybase.
* I have a public key whose fingerprint is 9281 E9D2 068D 2F98 4A7E 63B8 2A5C E192 AB7D 3FE0
To claim this, I am signing this object:
```json
{
"body": {
"key": {
"fingerprint": "9281e9d2068d2f984a7e63b82a5ce192ab7d3fe0",
"host": "keybase.io",
"key_id": "2a5ce192ab7d3fe0",
"kid": "0111cc3df9ca00f8e11d73be529919cb729ed6bcdcab78205aaef71e34d0d018a3190a",
"uid": "62dfc333e6232e14a5e02247ff808b19",
"username": "linuxmail"
},
"service": {
"name": "github",
"username": "linuxmail"
},
"type": "web_service_binding",
"version": 1
},
"ctime": 1425319647,
"expire_in": 157680000,
"prev": "60ae5ac3dadb19aa5219aa9ca5d4b1c379a567d31a8f25acc4dbabe722641881",
"seqno": 4,
"tag": "signature"
}
```
with the key [9281 E9D2 068D 2F98 4A7E 63B8 2A5C E192 AB7D 3FE0](https://keybase.io/linuxmail), yielding the signature:
```
-----BEGIN PGP MESSAGE-----
Version: GnuPG v1.4.9 (Darwin)
Comment: GPGTools - http://gpgtools.org
owF9Uj1rVEEUfVlNMPEDA/6CKWWR+XwzsyhqI/4AwUZc7szc2QzJvrd5+3aTEBYE
ESxFbOxstBH/gIVgbamFhYgBwU4QLS2ct8ROnGKGOfecw72H++jsiaK3efHO0eOX
i6tfVt69veyKW79e/Dgkrg4HZHBItnH5xFSNsJk0qWrJgFhuGNrAaWkCj9ZI0FgK
Zzgoj8xycDqIiJT0yVY97RTZxsEUL6U6Y/kzTCGj/+BvLwuUMea9CNF6oDQaZCxo
4VBxa5n1TnOLoXQ++Cw1nCoAjJqhkIEGygwIZilku9nSruQheiEEllxwZBIUUs6l
jtFQ45jtiFNsKhhjZu+karY/hrRDFn2S4Xny2GVwXB6ldmvm/iNpDyYdtodueKwe
ulSFnGAWzbGZproiA5aZvk2dnEmucsOl1H2C+5PU4DB1DKVLQ/Ppk0mD824OCqgg
5wIhdw2geHfnjFSQjnmhLagyR8nARJ6JXgYHDjXnpWTGMNLNs1vVZCBzmzDKltM0
qqCdNUgWGw9vnCw2e8Xaaq/bgWJj/fzfzbjtiqcrn5+sfXzwafebHvML60ffF1fO
vC+e3X/du/bq9+mbz39+/XBv9e6bU+fa638A
=r6qR
-----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/linuxmail
### From the command line:
Consider the [keybase command line program](https://keybase.io/docs/command_line).
```bash
# look me up
keybase id linuxmail
# encrypt a message to me
keybase encrypt linuxmail -m 'a secret message...'
# ...and more...
```
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