A bit of information about this place

[root@localhost ~]# whoami

I’m just an ordinary human that loves to learn, solve puzzles, and eat food. Privacy & Security Enthusiast, Aspiring InfoSec Professional, Mental Health Advocate.

“Arguing that you don’t care about the right to privacy because you have nothing to hide is no different than saying you don’t care about free speech because you have nothing to say” –Edward Snowden1

STATUS: Updates coming soon! Edited: October 17th, 2021

Contents

Basic details about me
Status Information
Keys
- GPG Public Key
- Signify Public Key
Credit
Footnotes


Basic details about me

Passion for FOSS (Free and Open-Source Software)
Privacy and Security Enthusiast
Aspiring InfoSec Professional
Advocate for Mental Health Awareness

I don’t like being around people
I don’t like material things

I like playing chess
I miss playing tennis and other activities

I seek truth, connection and knowledge


Status Information

The status page provides detailed technical information about the site as well as the ToDo list.


KEYS

This is my keys section. This can be checked against my clear signed contact information provided in my repository called KEYS.
My authenticed public user accounts can be verified by several methods:

Keyoxide2: 79222C0D46FC0F68A9B5CC795463F16EE639E80F


GPG Keys

This is my public GPG Key, used for signing, verifying, and encrypting. Applies to commits, clearsigned messages, as well as verifying my authenticity.

Question: How do I use this GPG Key?
Answer: Read the Doc GPG section or use quick cheatsheet Gist snippet.

Public Key: pubkey.asc
Fingerprint: 7922 2C0D 46FC 0F68 A9B5 CC79 5463 F16E E639 E80F
Long Key-ID: 0x5463f16ee639e80f
Short Key-ID: 0xe639e80f

pub   rsa4096/0x5463F16EE639E80F 2021-03-19 [SC] [expires: 2022-03-19]
      79222C0D46FC0F68A9B5CC795463F16EE639E80F
uid                   [ultimate] Juri Aksenov (www.juriaksenov.com) <akc3n@protonmail.ch>
uid                   [ultimate] [jpeg image of size 39057]
sub   rsa4096/0x84D5BBEE7489740A 2021-03-19 [E] [expires: 2022-03-19]
sub   rsa4096/0x17A7161D504C1A8F 2021-03-19 [S] [expires: 2022-03-19]
Email in this key is not for contacting me nor one that I use for communication!

Please only use the Fingerprint to verify as the V4 fingerprint is the 160-bit SHA-1 hash of the octet 0x99.
IEFT RFC 4880 Section 12.2 Short Key ID’s are very easily forged! Long Key ID’s are 2^32 times harder to collide.

The PGP Problem Why you should not use PGP for Email correspondence and communication.


Signify

This is my signify public cryptographic key used for signing and verifying files.

untrusted comment: akc3n's signify public key
RWTf+5ncLllSqMX+hPwq2aP/2eQV91AYqj41L8KQu+ZE5bClomncG+aK
1st line is a comment, “Untrusted” means it's not signed and can be changed. 2nd line is the Base64 encoded public key.

Credit

Contributors credit will go here for now?

Profile Image
Avatar Logo: Mysterious Face Man Handsome
Author: Sammy Williams
License: Pixabay “Free for commercial use. No attribution required”

Education and Knowledge
Project: GrapheneOS
Contributor: strcat/Daniel

Public Keys Structure and Consulting
Contributor: Peter Easton/TheJollyRoger

Consulting
Contributor: vxrx

Theme
Developer: Simon Freytag
Repository: Friday Theme

TacticalGeek Artwork
Artist: James Pilz

Editorial
Editor: Rebecca Navarro (Tromsness)
Note: Future editor of my English on my site based on time availabiliy and scheduling

Work in Progress, multiple citations required still


Footnotes

  1. Nothing to hide arguement by Edward Snowden, considered claiming nothing to hide as giving up the right of privacy which the government has to protect. “Just days left to kill mass surveillance under Section 215 of the Patriot Act. We are Edward Snowden and the ACLU’s Jameel Jaffer. AUA. /r/IAmA” AMA’s Reddit date 2016-10-27

  2. Keyoxide is a modern, secure and privacy-friendly platform to establish your decentralized online identity. Keyoxide allows you to link accounts on various online services and platforms together, prove they belong to you and establish an online identity. This puts you, the internet citizen, in charge when it comes to defining who you are on the internet instead of large corporations.