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    Agreed, take how Apple implements Security keys as an example of how this should work.
    You need at least two to even turn on U2F, and then OTP and other methods like SMS are shut off when you do with the exception of password/account recovery.
    Having plain old TOTP as a plain old signin MFA and not at most a recovery method where I’m notified of login attempts alongside security keys should not be a thing it nullifies the added security.
    Google also does similar if you opt in to their “advanced protection program”.
    The largest players in the industry seem to be in agreement, that this is how security keys should work; They should be your only MFA.

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    Would be great to see them go beyond this and allow the use of webauthn or passkey as a passwordless authentication method

  2. 192 votes
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    An actual iPad app is sorely needed.
    The “iPhone emulator” mode that is used on iPad currently frustrates me to the point I don’t use it

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  3. 120 votes
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    Email is inherently insecure by its original design/architecture.
    If you need complete confidence you should not be transmitting the data via email.
    Post-Quantum Encryption is quantum resistant not quantum proof.
    No system is future proof or unhackable

  4. 127 votes
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    What would make Proton MobileOS diffrent from say CalyxOS or GraphineOS?
    I did put in 3 votes for a desktop OS because at the moment proton has the infrusturcture and apps to make a more private ChromeOS altenrive, or maore daily use Tails, wichever way you wan t to spin it.
    I don't see what value would be added byt them poducting a mobile OS, but i'll gve it a vote bescaus i wouldn't mind it.

  7. 89 votes
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    A loightwight OS similar to chomre OS but using prton services instead of Google, capable of routing all the traffic though ProtonVPN, much like Tails does with TOR was something I was going to suggest myself. Take 3 of my votes Sir!

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  8. 102 votes
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    They should also work on using the current gen standards for FIDO2/WebAuthn, where it prompts for a PIN upon activation of the hardware key. As someone who has keys for both work and personal, the PIN feature has kept me from using the wrong key without failing the acutal Authentication challenge on more than one occasion.

    BTW a workaround i did to re institiute this keyfob requirment on platfroms that still only support TOTP is to just store the TOTP secrets on my yubikeys using the Yubico Authenticator App. Extra Few Seconds to Copy/Paste the code, and extra app to have to download, but storing the secret physicly on the keyfob maks this method of TOTP almost as secure as U2F imho.

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  10. 1,260 votes
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    This is a must for those that use pseudonyms

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    "Possibly in 2016."
    Checks calendar, 2023. 7 years latter...
    why is this still marked as planed?

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    Absolute most important google service for proton to distance themselves from is GMS.
    the options to import mail and contacts, fine it's a one time dump. if anything it sends a message to google that you've had enough of them and hopefuly they loose visibility of futre data from those services. But GMS, that is a constant feed of data that can be tracked back to our device IDs.
    GMS must go! Putting all three posible votes I can into this one!

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