About me (and this website)lock
Who am I
My name’s Adam and I’m currently doing postgraduate computer science studies. The speciality is distributed systems if You’re so curious.
My interest revolve around computer networks and security. As a result (or maybe it’s the other way around) I’m impressed by Cypherpunks and the Hackers1 culture.
That would be all You need to know about me. You can find more (like my surname and my coarse location) on my Keybase page, or Git profiles, or next to my PGP keys (and probably elsewhere, too, if You search long enough).
How to use this website
You managed to get here so it mustn’t be so difficult. Front page contains three buttons (in the top right corner) — links respectively to my Keybase page, to my NotABug profile, to my PGP key, and to my Mastodon profile. In the top left corner there’s a menu that enables You to move here and there. While the three buttons are only there when You’re viewing the front page, the menu stays with You wherever You go (as long as You stay on my website).
You might have noticed those dark coloured padlocks. They denote content that is signed by me so that—if You trust my keys—You can be sure it was really I who had written and published the content. If You click on one, You‘ll get a YAML document with two signatures: PGP clear signature and saltpack attached signature. The PGP signature is generated with the PGP key of mine I’ve already presented in the previous paragraph; the saltpack one is generated using Keybase client and my keys listed in my Keybase profile. You can verify the latter with Keybase client (if You’re registered) or with any saltpack implementation.
This website is, however, hosted by a 3rd party—namely HelioHost. As a result, I have no control over whether or not—and in what way—Your HTTP requests are logged.
You can find the full source code of this website in my NotABug repo