Using the Keybase filesystem.

open /keybase/public/daniphii

# Linux
cd /keybase/public/daniphii

# Verifying saltpack messages
keybase verify -m "BEGIN KEYBASE SALTPACK SIGNED MESSAGE. kXR7VktZdyH7rvq v5weRa0zkQr82DF 5zoETol7J9YVORF VFHu6imrZUGoNAw aEv3dChVmA3JqiT A6GgjNgA3d0SEJ7 HjYPQd0VZw6rzUb nrpaHRsbaP6SroV QEeVqNudLvXvk8J pnlsScjnNTVpEMx eihs2GPXo94KSbB SbsC31Rs5IQyMGv V82mPO200IMDweK L1sINlXiX4RHf1Y T4O3Z7gEPFYFjYs TPiU2OEd1Keuftw 9Jpessw6DkGtxqV uWT17WaJZI0QdHf znuPeI7WqwXthi. END KEYBASE SALTPACK SIGNED MESSAGE."

Install Keybase

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Install Keybase

With Keybase installed, you can drop files onto your own computer that are immediately signed and hosted on You can also write private, end-to-end encrypted files with anyone you know.

And it comes with an encrypted chat, too.