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    Daiski commented  · 

    There is something called "Signal" and Threema" exactly for "secure end-to-end encrypted" chat and open source code.

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    Daiski commented  · 

    @Markus Jansson

    Do you have a technical article that articulates what happened in the case of HushMail and how code was compromised to capture users' credentials and how a browser plug-in prevents this?

    I know that browser plug-ins are a big major problems in many security incidents because they have too much power, too much visibility and, as with anything else, compromising a vulnerability or logic flaw in the plugin compromises mailboxes as well. It's a double-edge sword.

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    Daiski commented  · 

    The only reason a native ProtonMail app comes in handy is for those FREE accounts whose owners are unable to use BRIDGE. I haven't seem major issues with Bridge on macOS, however, my concern with expansion into too many areas is that ProtonMail as a company will not be able to concentrate its focus on security of its products and ultimately will produce vulnerable products.

    I recommend that instead of developing yet another app native to macOS, winOS, linuxOS, ProtonMail should focus its development into greatly improving BRIDGE and making it available for both PAID and FREE accounts.

    I personally don't want to give up mac mail, it's a great application and there is no reason to manage email into other non-os native apps. I think the BRIDGE is a good solution, but if people are facing issues with, then a focus should be paid to improve the solution.

    I know people are going to ask for all types of "features", but most people are not technically savvy and don't understand the risk that comes with more and more unessential features. Remember, Google promotes its "spying" on our data through development of "features" that people like and use resulting in complete violation of our privacy for the sake of petty features.

    ProtonMail should be more inclined to "reject" features if it will, in any way, reduce the security and increase the attack surface on ProtonMail / ProtonVPN.

    I think ProtonMail should focus on essential solutions that IMPROVE security and privacy such as "Proton Drive/Cloud" that are end-to-end encrypted rather than "petty features" that drastically reduce the privacy and security of its solution. Ultimately, those of us who care about privacy and security elected to PAY premium price for ProtonMail/VPN for the sake of privacy and security. If ProtonMail continues to develop petty features demanded by people who don't understand the risk of doing so, then this will ultimately impact the security and ProtonMail's ability to provide a high level of Quality Assurance and secure solutions. If that happens, me and many others who give a damn about privacy and security will find ourselves LEAVING ProtonMail/VPN and finding someone who cares sole about those matters and will not succumb to the demand of people for more petty featues.

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