Feature Suggestion: Tumblr / Facebook / LinkedIn Proofs #85

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opened 1 year ago by gao · 4 comments
gao commented 1 year ago

Not even keybase have this, but could be a really nice addition.

In addition, is it possible for keyoxide to look for certain string in the webpage and hence allowing for verification on any website/platform? For example I can post [openpgp:....] on the website and add a link notation to my gpg key

Not even keybase have this, but could be a really nice addition. In addition, is it possible for keyoxide to look for certain string in the webpage and hence allowing for verification on any website/platform? For example I can post [openpgp:....] on the website and add a link notation to my gpg key
gao changed title from Feature Suggestion: Tumblr Proofs to Feature Suggestion: Tumblr / Facebook / LinkedIn Proofs 1 year ago
gao commented 1 year ago
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Of course, profile has to be public for the proof to work.

Of course, profile has to be public for the proof to work.
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I think, for sake of completeness, it would be interesting to have these services as well. Do we know if any of these have public APIs? Facebook and LinkedIn, can't imagine so. Tumblr maybe? Needs to be looked into.

Something that will happen soon: a guide for people to add new service providers to the repo! This will make it easier to directly add support for them

I think, for sake of completeness, it would be interesting to have these services as well. Do we know if any of these have public APIs? Facebook and LinkedIn, can't imagine so. Tumblr maybe? Needs to be looked into. Something that will happen soon: a guide for people to add new service providers to the repo! This will make it easier to directly add support for them
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IIRC Facebook users can add OpenPGP key to their page: https://www.cnet.com/how-to/how-to-make-facebook-send-you-encrypted-notification-emails/

And IIRC there is a public URL that Keyoxide could use to get that key from Facebook.

Although the most problematic part would be just having a Facebook (or other services) account to test this stuff out. Do you volunteer for this part @gao? Do you have a Facebook account?

IIRC Facebook users can add OpenPGP key to their page: https://www.cnet.com/how-to/how-to-make-facebook-send-you-encrypted-notification-emails/ And IIRC there is a public URL that Keyoxide could use to get that key from Facebook. Although the most problematic part would be just having a Facebook (or other services) account to test this stuff out. Do you volunteer for this part @gao? Do you have a Facebook account?

Can there maybe be a seperate issue for Linkedin etc?

Can there maybe be a seperate issue for Linkedin etc?
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