@peexea @batalanto @privacytools Contradiction Finder is a concern troll who I am not sure how I have not blocked... Will be fixing that. If you read the Issue you will see why we've continued to recommend it.

@thinkprivacy @batalanto @privacytools
Well, I've read it. It looked like 3 or 4 screens of throwing shit at each other.

I didn't get one thing. Desktop and mobile clients are open-source. Why don't we just team up and examine it.

@thinkprivacy @batalanto @privacytools
By doing so we can figure out practically all privacy problems has.

1) where are keypairs generated and how are them transmitted to the server?

2) Whole architecture and implementation of . Whatever it really encrypts all the things it should encrypt and how it communicates with server.

@thinkprivacy @batalanto @privacytools

Yes, we do not know, what they do on their servers, but by analysis of the client we can prove, that __can not__ stole any private information.

@thinkprivacy @batalanto @privacytools
Speaking of "IP leaks and server usage statistics".
Any client-server program has the possibility to do it, even .
With foss server we can prove that _this_ server does not collect usage statistics but we'll newer prove that this particular hosting uses this particular code.
That's why any security model considers the server untrusted.

@thinkprivacy @batalanto @privacytools
Moreover, we live in the world of fully used adress-space. Your IP is useless, unless the attacker coop with your provider or somehow know the sequence of your IP and NAT changes.
(Totally useless, if you are using VPN.)

@peexea @privacytools @thinkprivacy please either quote what you are replying to or drop me from the mentions.

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