You may want to edit your security certificates.
EFF Article - https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2019/02/cyber-mercenary-groups-shouldnt-be-trusted-your-browser-or-anywhere-else
Remove Dark Matter from Firefox - https://www.ghacks.net/2019/02/24/how-to-remove-darkmatter-certificates/
@DonMcCollough also another reason we should use clients, and there should be another layer of encryption/signing on the toot-level..
@jasper I'm old school in that while the web is convenient, I like having an actual desktop client I can run for something. This way I don't have to leave my browser open all the time. I've strayed away from that over the years, but I'm in between getting back into it. My main thing is utilizing an encrypted password manager rather than relying on the browser to store these.
@DonMcCollough If everything were like this, I could use my 2006 Mac Pro for things other than servers.
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