Jan 20, 17 / Aqu 20, 01 03:08 UTC

Re: Sharing your Asgardia ID Number  

thx for the information rebekah

Jan 20, 17 / Aqu 20, 01 13:29 UTC


Jan 20, 17 / Aqu 20, 01 13:48 UTC

That is also regarding your usual identifikation/social security number. Very good that you sent this important information.

Br Kake65

Jan 20, 17 / Aqu 20, 01 18:11 UTC

PT: Acredito que as IDs não estão sendo enviadas de forma segura, criptografada, mas não compartilharei minha id e outros dados. Agradeço o informativo.

En: I believe that our IDs are being sent in an unsecure way, unencrypted, however I will not be displaying my ID and other related data. My sincerely thanks to you for this intel.

  Last edited by:  Raphael Scalfoni (Asgardian)  on Jan 20, 17 / Aqu 20, 01 18:12 UTC, Total number of edits: 1 time

Jan 21, 17 / Aqu 21, 01 06:33 UTC

I can see why ppl would be concerned about IDs being sent unencrypted, but at this point in time our ids don't have much value for anyone, not for individuals, since we don't provide any real personal info nor for governments since we don't present any political, or economic threat, I doubt most governments even know Asgardia even exists :) later on we do need to think about more secure way of handling it. if our ids become on same lvl as passports for other nations.

Jan 21, 17 / Aqu 21, 01 10:49 UTC

Thank you.I saw the news too late。

I'm Chinese. Linux-deepin

Jan 22, 17 / Aqu 22, 01 01:25 UTC

Thank you Rebeka

Jan 22, 17 / Aqu 22, 01 03:32 UTC

hello asgardian

Jan 22, 17 / Aqu 22, 01 15:04 UTC


Jan 25, 17 / Aqu 25, 01 09:33 UTC

I second that!

Jan 25, 17 / Aqu 25, 01 11:48 UTC

Multumesc pentru informare.

Jan 26, 17 / Aqu 26, 01 20:31 UTC

Yes these numbers are personalized but the information we do provide can be easily looked up/ hacked. What types of securities are in place to protect our identities? Our personal information? I don't mind sharing name and birthdate, but with that information, it also can be used against us in a crime. Thank you for your time.

Jan 27, 17 / Aqu 27, 01 11:36 UTC

"hacked" I'd question, if they've setup things "right". There's already been evidence of people being able to dip into that DB and retrieve w/e they'd like, so probably not.

It's possibly more concerning as to the random third parties they've already allowed to hold copies of this data.

It should take more than that data to commit a crime in your name, but it's a good start. It's really amazing what data is leaked, sometimes.

Jan 27, 17 / Aqu 27, 01 16:10 UTC

The Asgardian ID number is long enough to be potentially required in the future for the authentication process as an Asgardian or even any other authentication process within the future electronic asgardian systems. There is no benefit from sharing it publicly or even providing it to anyone or referring to it in any message even it is draft message unless the mailing system is guaranteed as a secured system.

Feb 2, 17 / Pis 05, 01 10:20 UTC

Thanks for the information.