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      4 This is an OpenPGP[why?] signed canary. The first attempt to do one failed… (I’m bad at having habits)
      5 I choosed OpenPGP because it allows to:
      6 • verify my identity (web of trust, meeting me, …)
      7 • have a crypto-signed: text, date, expiration date
      8 • make more use of good cryptography
      9 
     10 This canary will be updated as often as possible and cryptographicaly expires after 6 months.
     11 
     12 == Statements ==
     13 • anything that can harm and/or have harmed data, received or send to me and or my machines:
     14         • SSID=orange, modifies few paquets, got fixed few hours later, no harmful data sent.
     15                 • DNS gave a weird answer, fixed directly.[1]
     16                 • SMTPS doesn’t works, SASL fails and certificate doesn’t match
     17 • no request from any law agency (warrants, court order)
     18 • no police raid or equivalent
     19 • no request for backdoors or equivalent
     20 • my disks(HDDs and SSDs) are cyphered and minion(server) have cyphered logs
     21 • my keys are all safe and protected and old ones are revoked and few old ones unuseable(shred)
     22 	• On 2016-12-17 I made myself a new keyring, the old one was a huge mess… sorry for the mess of revoked keys
     23 	• On 2017-05-03 04:19:00 I made new (ECC) keys, after hardware failure and no backups or old keys, and so broke HPKP
     24 
     25 == TL;DR ==
     26 • I’m safe but you should not have a blind trust on me.
     27 
     28 == Commands used ==
     29 • vim canary
     30 • gpg --default-sig-expire 6m --clearsign canary
     31 • shred -u canary
     32 
     33 Inspired by: https://fyb.patternsinthevoid.net/canary.asc and https://github.com/QubesOS/qubes-secpack/blob/master/canaries
     34 
     35 1: https://hacktivis.me/articles/La%20neutralit%C3%A9e%20du%20Net%20sur%20un%20wifi%20Orange%E2%84%A2,%20deuxi%C3%A8me%20mensonge
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