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    A very cool thing and I especially love the test data. But I do worry about those learning or without enough knowledge using this for private keys. I’m not sure there is a good way to communicate that on the site unfortunately. It took me a couple of times reading the site before I found the:

    (While supported, uploading private keys is obviously discouraged for production keys.)

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      This is great! Is support for PGP keys planned? Or pasting multiple keys?

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        I originally had pgp support planned, but I’m not sure how useful that would actually be, as none of these vulns directly affect pgp (with a few exceptions, but they’re practically irrelevant).

        If you plan to check a larger number of keys I recommend using the tool instead. It’s a simple commandline tool, it shouldn’t be difficult to use.

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          Thanks!