OpenPGP / GnuPG
Public key for Tugger: 0x09163CBE44B9A279.asc
gpg2 --keyserver pgp.mit.edu --recv-key 0x09163CBE44B9A279
Public key for Bryan: 0x5F9E1B10EC2962C0.asc
gpg2 --keyserver pgp.mit.edu --recv-key 0x5F9E1B10EC2962C0
miniLock is a Chrome browser extension that uses your email and a secret passphrase to generate a miniLock ID. miniLock IDs are small and easy to share online — anyone can use your ID to encrypt files to you, and you can encrypt files to friends using their miniLock IDs. miniLock is a pretty simple way to encrypt any document and can be used by almost anyone. Your miniLock public key is small enough to fit in a Tweet. Here is ours.
Minisign is a ‘dead simple tool to sign files and verify signatures’.
Any files we may sign with Minisign with will be accompanied by a corresponding *.minisig file.
You can verify the signature using the Minisign public key:
minisign -Vm <file> -P RWSmY4o5Bad1vS60aYAiQUswWYVV2EuSdqc3ry7CWWF1E6bVbFG9kR/y