@keyoxide I want to see if I understand something correctly...

The proof page is being generated on the fly by the browser, right? So if I embed an iframe on a contact page with the source in the form of<keyfingerprint>, wouldn't that protect my e-mail address from spam bots crawling the web for e-mail addresses?

@haru it is indeed being generated on the fly, so an iframe should do the trick!

Keyoxide doesn't send emails though. So the idea is people can read the email address from the profile page and use it with their email client? Yes, that should work

@keyoxide Yes, that's exactly the idea. Since Keyoxide generates a mailto link, it would look completely normal to a person, but a bot wouldn't see anything useful, I'm guessing. That makes this another great use case.

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