Settings, I guess? Also there's the extended setting thing you can search. It is a bit like about:config
Generally speaking ... many people don't give a shit on privacy.
Also the question would be if you should declare those people as immature and decide for them what's good and what bad because they can't see the difference.
"Everyone has facebook and whatsapp and so do I!" can be seen as an immature statement. (Excuse me if I offend you with that.)
But like in school, people don't want to learn if they need to know what facebook and co actually does.
I'd say delete them all.
My thoughts about developing an alternative to this are:
There could be visible session IDs to the user. The clients should show which session ID is theirs to verify what sessions are actually yours.
Also a mail should be sent after creating a new session to be sure.
..nothing new tho.
@xpac Why not make that super-privacy mode the default, call it normal and name the other mode that leaves an IP trail “IP tracking mode”?
Privacy should be by design and by default for everyone as a respecting sane choice. Why force instance operators to store information they don't want, have no legal grounds, and no technical necessity to store them at all?
Doesn't fit for me. ;p
I agree partially
@Sir_Boops how to use cream at servers
@lyze Remember uploading your new key changes. After a while you also should tell others to
It is because your new E key has been signed by the C key (Certify).
@FimbulFlower Quick nose. 👃
@lyze For decryption you use the [E] subkey.
I never used pass. Usually you should be okay with the specific subkey you really need. But maybe pass uses [A] for something? *shrugs*
echo "U2FsdGVkX184x+wNYsmiPoj3Wpjf7QOe" | openssl enc -blowfish -a -d
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