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Keybase proof

I hereby claim:

  • I am nosuchthing on github.
  • I am justinmiller (https://keybase.io/justinmiller) on keybase.
  • I have a public key whose fingerprint is AE31 EB96 9C78 BC8A 3A25 051E A193 5013 9EA2 D8E0

To claim this, I am signing this object:

{
    "body": {
        "key": {
            "fingerprint": "ae31eb969c78bc8a3a25051ea19350139ea2d8e0",
            "host": "keybase.io",
            "key_id": "a19350139ea2d8e0",
            "uid": "68a350642a6fe9c8ad208ccde3b0f600",
            "username": "justinmiller"
        },
        "service": {
            "name": "github",
            "username": "nosuchthing"
        },
        "type": "web_service_binding",
        "version": 1
    },
    "ctime": 1405378917,
    "expire_in": 157680000,
    "prev": "dc2778a2e707c1506d0dc6bb02570d721081696fba99b130d50e68400c31d2e4",
    "seqno": 3,
    "tag": "signature"
}

with the PGP key whose fingerprint is AE31 EB96 9C78 BC8A 3A25 051E A193 5013 9EA2 D8E0 (captured above as body.key.fingerprint), yielding the PGP signature:

-----BEGIN PGP MESSAGE-----
Version: GnuPG/MacGPG2 v2.0.22 (Darwin)
Comment: GPGTools - http://gpgtools.org
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=yH1u
-----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/justinmiller

From the command line:

Consider the keybase command line program.

# look me up
keybase id justinmiller

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

# ...and more...
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