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I always found fun and interesting. But I have nothing to sign or encrypt to make use of it. I guess that works out ok since I sure wouldn't want to have to back up those keys properly.

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> I always found fun and interesting. But I have nothing to sign or encrypt to make use of it.

I also don't have a ton to encrypt, but I still use multiple times every day—I use it to manage passwords with and as a backend for SSH authentication

> I guess that works out ok since I sure wouldn't want to have to back up those keys properly.

It's not *so* bad…
:D

@ataraxia937 every git commit I put out, and every file I create.

I love being able to prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that a file is the same file I sent out.

Super useful with music/video/code distribution.

@ataraxia937 I emailed Stallman mail encrypted with his pgp key and he replied while quoting the full email in cleartext. That was when I knew pgp was dead.

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