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Thu Sep 21 18:39:13 UTC 2017 <asciilifeform> i don't see a pgp sig in linked article
Wed Aug 09 19:47:16 UTC 2017 <gribble> http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php%3Fterm%3DPGP | it is considered polite to, instead of asking "are you a man or a woman?" to someone who's gender you cannot determine immediately, ask "what's your PGP ?
Wed Aug 09 19:47:15 UTC 2017 <punkman> ;;ud pgp
Sat Jul 22 23:03:45 UTC 2017 <asciilifeform> ( we have most of a pgp replacement, for instance. )
Tue Jun 27 09:50:22 UTC 2017 <jurov> that's PGP/MIME, which was never used around here anyway
Mon May 22 19:31:08 UTC 2017 <asciilifeform> what part of this can you not solve with whitelisted email servers (and pgp) ?
Wed May 10 19:18:54 UTC 2017 <punkman> Since 2014, 34 Dutch investigations, including those involving attempted assassinations and international drug trafficking, have involved PGP phones, according to Politie.
Tue Mar 28 18:45:13 UTC 2017 <asciilifeform> not so much 'talk' as , pgp a postage addr ( neither asciilifeform nor mircea_popescu is a telepath, somehow gotta know where to post )
Fri Nov 18 15:34:26 UTC 2016 <funkenstein_> it looked like an ssh key that you wrapped in pgp by hand or something?
Fri Nov 18 15:33:44 UTC 2016 <funkenstein_> perhaps interesting no pgp keyset bites on your newest set of bait
Mon Nov 14 17:49:52 UTC 2016 <asciilifeform> btw if you wanna import it, you will have to put the '-----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----' and '-----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----' back on, for some reason d00d who submitted it, stripped'em.
Mon Nov 14 17:37:51 UTC 2016 <asciilifeform> not ssh key, either, but a pgp key claiming to belong to technische universitat berlin.
Fri Oct 28 12:10:45 UTC 2016 <punkman> hey this guy even links to pgp key, "firstname.lastname@example.org / https://pgp.mit.edu/pks/lookup?op=vindex&search=0x192DDC90FA1FBF0C"
Fri Aug 26 18:58:37 UTC 2016 <asciilifeform> with original pgp sigs, when possible.
Thu Aug 25 18:26:43 UTC 2016 <funkenstein_> i read the announcement, was pgp signed, figured - why not verify ?
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