Messages currently go through Proton, so if you're also sending from that service, you wouldn't need to bother with encryption manually.
If you want to encrypt your message, but you do not have a Proton, see the PGP keys section below
I've been programming for over 20 years. There's a certain bliss when you do something barely anyone may notice, yet in your heart you know it is good. I sincerely believe true programmers are artists, not craftsmen. Since I said "true programmers", it would be a shame not to quote Rustin Cohle:
Life’s barely long enough to get good at one thing.
So be careful what you get good at.
If you care, you care. If you don't - it shows. Can't fake enthusiasm.
If you're sending a message from a non-Proton account, you can still encrypt it with this PGP public key. Be advised: this key is used ONLY for communication from the email specified above. IT IS NOT used for signing releases or any other number of things PGP is employed for.orion3 PGP public key:
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