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Keybase proof

I hereby claim:

  • I am rk295 on github.
  • I am rk295 (https://keybase.io/rk295) on keybase.
  • I have a public key whose fingerprint is 698F 2DE7 BECE 60DE 25FC 495A 7029 D1CD AC3C 18F4

To claim this, I am signing this object:

{
    "body": {
        "key": {
            "fingerprint": "698f2de7bece60de25fc495a7029d1cdac3c18f4",
            "host": "keybase.io",
            "key_id": "7029d1cdac3c18f4",
            "kid": "0111f9425fe440fa3d511b9f460effb2c5646237e7002483859cf1994c61c741b3220a",
            "uid": "299373312d1a729d3bc88dd9f0b6bc00",
            "username": "rk295"
        },
        "service": {
            "name": "github",
            "username": "rk295"
        },
        "type": "web_service_binding",
        "version": 1
    },
    "ctime": 1430840368,
    "expire_in": 157680000,
    "prev": "15860caa10851ff21d12216a9e6b8a3cff09ae7262a8debef640d8f1ee36fb53",
    "seqno": 5,
    "tag": "signature"
}

with the key 698F 2DE7 BECE 60DE 25FC 495A 7029 D1CD AC3C 18F4, yielding the signature:

-----BEGIN PGP MESSAGE-----
Version: GnuPG v1
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=LA9K
-----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/rk295

From the command line:

Consider the keybase command line program.

# look me up
keybase id rk295

# encrypt a message to me
keybase encrypt rk295 -m 'a secret message...'

# ...and more...
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