Sync photos taken on an Android phone to a Ubuntu computer, end to end encrypted, deleting photos from the phone after some days.
Anyone got an idea?
@DC7IA I would be surprised and disappointed to learn that any communication with nextcloud is unencrypted 😅 (though I don't know anything about the project)
@kai The communication with nextcloud ist encrypted, but only that. I want to transfer E2EE.
@DC7IA as long as you are hosting nextcloud yourself, I don't understand why it's an issue
@kai The hosting service could always be compromised. You never know when someone might gain access.
@DC7IA oh so you want to host nextcloud on a third party, and you want images to stay encrypted until you view them on a device?
@kai No, just to transfer them. Maybe I will not look at them for months.
@DC7IA I'm really confused about what you want 😅
- I take a photo
- I turn on my laptop, photos land there
E2EE, store and forward.
@DC7IA you would need your keys on every device, like Signal your favorite app 😋
@DC7IA If your webserver speaks TLS and block non TLS connections, then is the connection E2E. For real E2E connections you have to use software like Syncthing.
@wilkis This is not E2EE, but E in transport.
@DC7IA Using a cable is not an option?
@sm0rux I'd prefer having it done automatically, if I find a way. This way I cannot even forget to backup.
@DC7IA syncthing and a cron job to delete things?
@vu3rdd I think I will have a look at Syncthing.
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