• 0 Posts
Joined 3Y ago
Cake day: Jul 13, 2020


Superb ! In addition, other fediverse users (such as Mastodon) will be able to answer to individuals posts natively, without having to create specifically lemmy accounts, so it’s even more easy to comment there ! I’m fine with the main Discourse forum, and expect it to remain still available of course.

Really interested into it, espcially if this allow to coincide followed peertube accounts from different instances, without having to create a local instance of your own to do such. Also interestes into potential lbry implementation with it. I’ll be testing it out locally on my network and my RPI. Thanks for sharing it !

Depend on many factors, and it’s basically, how each of the extensions can modify your web browsing. From your current configuration, I suppose KeePassXC would be causing no issues, except if it supports any kind of protocol (Like a web button “open in app” button) I could imagine, or maybe a less trivial way to input stored passwords which could differentiate from a user typing it, and copy-pasted it (An user typing automatically, a 64 random character passwords at less than 1ms per stroke is suspicious). Dark Reader, however, should be fine as well, if it doesn’t try to send any “dark mode preferred” headers, as your browser should already handle that (And the Tor Browser should already enforce keeping light-mode to stay common enough) However, That’s more of an issue with uBlock Origin or most Ad blockers, as they tend to directly block any known content types or direct ads domains before your browser can contact them. Which could make a website, easily check on a list of common domains, or content types, if you block it. You can test it here, and yep. uBlock Origin fall for it. https://browserleaks.com/proxy

You can learn more on that in this blog post : https://fingerprint.com/blog/ad-blocker-fingerprinting/

It’s really looking great, and try to organize it a little bit to make each essential things “simple”. I’ve been jumping back and forth with Evolution and Thunderbird for an easy mail client with built-in support for gpg, and both proposed too much advanced mail features which made the interface convoluted to me. Hopefully that redesign settles it.

Making a public speech is far easier and less costly than actually working on protecting your country citizen data safe. More speech, but less work. Classic move.