@brunoph I mean... it's a good match. Keybase has the super-best-security of asking you to give them your private key. That's 100% in-line with the zoom way of thinking. 🙄

@saramg In theory the private key is encrypted with your password, but yes, not the best model.

@brunoph Honestly, I don't know the details as I've never remotely considered giving them my private key, but my understanding was you'd need to provide your key password at some point to actually use it for their chat and whatever else sub-products.

I literally just use the thing as a keyserver and identity attestation broker.

@brunoph Just came to Mastodon to share this as soon as I heard. Bad news…

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