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    47 comments  ·  Feedback » New Features  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Luís Bragança commented  · 

    It would be a great idea IF you had someone there to talk to.
    There already are several secure+encrypted+fully-open-source chat programs, but it's hard to convince your family and friends to use it, so it would be a bit waste of resources to build that app.

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    planned  ·  232 comments  ·  Feedback » New Features  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Luís Bragança commented  · 

    Truth is... There isn't any secure cloud storage I would trust to put sensitive data on. It is said that Mega encrypts your data but MEGA's ex-CEO just admit they steal all your data like hell...
    So yea that would be a great idea. Hard and tough, but a smart move.

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    148 comments  ·  Feedback » Dreams  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Luís Bragança commented  · 

    But why... You already have lots of web browsers, just do some research.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_web_browsers
    Also, it's almost impossible to build both new rendering and javascript engines from sratch with all the features already available on Blink and V8. Even tho they were both developed by Google, they're fully open-source and extremely efficient, that's why Opera, Vivaldi and even Brave decided to use those engines.
    That being said, why would you build a browser using these engines, as there are already lots of browsers... Plus, you'd need mobile versions in order to sync the favorites on all your devices.
    Me, personally, I like to stay as google-less as possible, and for that same reason I use Firefox (with SpiderMonkey and Gecko engines).
    Btw there are firefox versions (since firefox is fully-open-source) focused on user privacy (WaterFox).

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    43 comments  ·  Feedback » Dreams  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Luís Bragança commented  · 

    You can use fully open-source applications for that.
    I use KeePass 2 for my Desktop, TinyKeePass on Android (available on F-Droid) and Tusk (extension) on my web browsers. These 3 programs are fully open-source and since they all use the KeePass protocol they're all considered safe.
    There are already lots of open-source password managers. I think we should give share new and nonexistent ideas for proton team.

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    Luís Bragança commented  · 

    I know ProtonTeam would see this as one more problem, but in fact it would solve lots of problems that already exist:
    1. No need to forward all my other inboxes to protonmail;
    2. Since I won't need to forward all my other inboxes, the fake spoofing mail error won't be a problem;
    3. Won't need 2 apps in order to use Proton on my Desktop (Thunderbird + Bridge), the client only would be good;

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