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  8. 521 votes
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    AET commented  · 

    Like KeePassXC does, ANYTHING copied from ProtonPass should be hidden from the OS' clipboard history!

    This is a CRUCIAL feature, also because some OSes sync clipboard across multiple devices (like the Windows clipboard which is synced across any device where your account is logged on, and even mobile devices if you use the SwiftKey keyboard), allowing for a huge security issue.

    @devs This is feasible by setting the clipboard's mimetype according to each OS requirements. This is how KeePassXC does it, on multiple platforms:
    https://github.com/keepassxreboot/keepassxc/blob/b8f9ac85ecba642f74f7b15ae3cd3e459e5ceec5/src/gui/Clipboard.cpp#L46-L82

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    AET commented  · 

    Like KeePass databases, i'd like to see a history of ANY change made to an entry/credential. Everything should be historicized.
    This is similar to the "Option to view old passwords" proposal you can find in this forum, but (imho) better: what i'm asking is, an history of any change made to the entry (eg. email change), not just changes of the password field.

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  11. 367 votes
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  12. 34 votes
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    AET commented  · 

    https://haveibeenpwned.com/ is a website that checks for data breaches containing a given email address.
    It is a trustworthy service created/managed by mr. Troy Hunt.

    It allows users to subscribe to their automatic notification service: whenever a new breach notified to them contains your email address, you get a warning email.

    As a Proton Plus user, having multiple 15+ addresses (not including alternate domains like @pm.me), and potentially deleting/creating addresses any time i need, means having to remember to register every single address at haveibeenpwnd.
    That's very cumbersome.

    Would it be possible to add a functionality to automatically signup to haveibeenpwned each identity/email address a user has/creates, via their APIs?

    A partnership with them would be also cool, being both haveibeenpwned and Proton, security/privacy oriented projects.

  13. 165 votes
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    AET commented  · 

    @guillaume how does it solve the problem? Nord's Meshnet allows to create a private "sub"-VPN for all of the devices in it (typically your own devices), accessible via the internet (only for devices using NordVPN obviously). It's like LogmeIn's historical software, Hamachi.
    Also, what if a router doesn't have a VPN function?
    This is not a solution.

    Now that Wireguard is also used in ProtonVPN's client, a meshnet-like feature should be even simpler. ( Nord's meshnet is based on Wireguard: https://nordvpn.com/blog/achieving-nat-traversal-with-wireguard/ )

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    AET commented  · 

    This is the ONLY feature keeping me with Nordvpn at the moment. It's extremely useful, even simply to connect to YOUR other devices.

    Possible alternatives i've thought about are:
    - (to connect any device) using a service like zerotier or hamachi to create a vlan, but as stated this is a problem on mobile devices, and in general, i shouldn't have to rely on a third party service to do this
    - (to connect your devices) setting up forwarding on every router your devices are connected to, for any port you need. This is obviously problematic for a TON of reasons: 1) You have to setup some form of dynamic dns, again, relying on third party services. 2) You may not have access to the router settings. 3) You are limited to the forwarding options the router offers. 4) The router configuration may be cumbersome. 5) The safety of the transmission over the internet then depends entirely on the service/protocol responding to the traffic of each port, unlike a mesh accessible ONLY through an already encrypted vpn. 6) Opening up ports can be risky if not done correctly.

    A secure alternative would be accessing everything via SSH tunnelling: in router settings, forward a single public port to a device running an ssh server, and create an ssh session with as many tunnels as you need. Again, this requires access to the router, it is cumbersome and unpractical, has to be set up on all of your devices, requires an external tool and additional knowledge, etc

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  14. 15,568 votes
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    AET commented  · 

    This is ABSOLUTELY CRITICAL. You now have Simplelogin, so WHY can't this feature be managed WITHIN the proton mail service? Why do i have to go through another company, platform and mobile app to manage this?
    Even damn YAHOO with their paid plan offers 500 "disposable email" addresses which you can create and delete at will, from inside the mail client...

    PLEASE INTEGRATE THIS

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  15. 696 votes
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    AET commented  · 

    This is really critical.
    An API would allow the use of tools like rclone or platforms like Zapier. Even Mega, which is heavily encrypted too, has public API and can be used via rclone.
    More broadly, APIs for all Proton services would be great...

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