@XxAlexXx Nice! 😊 However, you can still get infected by the virus, but not get severe or deadly ill. That's it 🙂
@MindOfJoe According to GDPR, all email addresses are considered as personal data and should be stored encrypted in order to protect it from prying eyes.
Read more: https://gdpr.eu/email-encryption
Here in Sweden, email addresses like firstname.lastname@example.org are not classed as personal data, while email@example.com are classed as personal data.
No worries 🙂 You don't distract me, and you should be curious. Otherwise, you would not learn stuff 😊
@MindOfJoe Yes, I have 🙂
The problem was that I wanted to encrypt or hash the email addresses that people had in their comments. But at the same time, I wanted to let them subscribe to comments to get notified when an answer has been sent.
That would be difficult if I couldn't decrypt or de-hash the email addresses. First, the address was encrypted with the password of the comment. After a while, I changed to SHA-256.
@IslandUsurper I don't want to store email addresses in plaintext, but I don't have any other solution for it 😕
Oh! Good idea with RSS for comments. Thank you!
OK. I have some difficulties deciding how an email address will be saved in a comment.
I want to add a subscription feature for comments and in order to let the website send a notification to an email address, I need to store it in plaintext. But that can be a risk if the database gets exposed to the public.
I can't think of any other solution for this, but before I move on, I want to know what you guys and gals are thinking about this. Do you have any better solution?
Please, tell me! 🙂
@Gina Awe 😊 Wonderful! That's so great! 😃 Yeah, getting away from the online world are sometimes very good 😊
I've been alright, thanks 🙂 Trying to exercise and to be more active outdoors and being with friends.
@joeligj12 Sorry for my half answer again 🙈
I have 1 or 2 Docker containers and a web server that handles my websites + Nextcloud.
@joeligj12 I think it's worth it, but I don't know if I can trust the stats on my website after seeing it in glances 🤔
I use `$fh = fopen('/proc/meminfo', 'r');` to get memory statistics via PHP.
I'm from Sweden. I have mild Aspergers syndrome with attention deficit. Love privacy and open source.
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