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> I've been very impressed with how Keybase has evolved, and how well they explain their model to users. It is without a doubt
> what I'd recommend to a semi- or un-technical user to get them started.
> 
> They have a walkthrough of their approach to security and threat models here: https://keybase.io/docs/server_security
> 
> And they explain "tracking" in detail here: https://keybase.io/docs/tracking

More than only create a great documentation, the wrapper they wrote in NodeJS abstracts GnuPG commands making easy to any
un-technical person to use cryptography constantly. Of course a little bit of paranoya is always good, and I don't agree with the
idea to host my private keys in a server I don't control, even cyphered with a password, but I think it can solve the problem that
users forget or loose your keys and our keychain remains with unuseable, no revogated keys.

CheerS

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