You read that right! Now to find the list of all people who were badgering me to set-up a Keybase account...
Consider the following:
2. Keybase is used by a lot of people to sign their #git commits and whatnot.
3. Zoom, a company with bad security track record and murky ownership now has potential supply-chain-attack capability on a lot of software whose git commits are signed using keys that touch Keybase.
Back in the day, before KBFS and Keybase Chat, for each action on keybase they were 3 ways to do it:
A) directly through web interface (only if the web interface had your private key)
B) using keybase client
C) using curl and gpg (the web interface told you exactly the shell commands you need to run to accomplish the action)
Supposedly, some people chose A
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