I've found yet another interesting open source encrypted messaging platform called Hyalus.

Pretty good looking so far, especially for beta.

github.com/hyalusapp/hyalus

An app that prevents device tamper forensic tools from law enforcement by wipping your phone.

github.com/nekohasekai/lockup

Has anyone else seen Cloudflare's new CAPTCHA replacement?

(Requires a physical security key USB)

cloudflarechallenge.com/

@ThreeBadgersInATrenchcoat Yea, but its missing quite a lot as of now.

Groups can't be deleted and can be edited by any user.

There is no end-to-end encryption as far as I know either, which would be cool.

I notice the people there aren't very "privacy focused" people so ideas like this probably never even come to mind.

Yay, I got early access to Revolt, an open source Discord alternative. πŸŽ‰

@yeahmate12 I had one of these bots the other day. Just report and block it.

NEVER click the link.

@Wetrix Yea, they threw away 4 years just like that and cheated. Left me to suffer.

@scarletvampire In my opinion I don't like Signal. The fact that they require the use of a phone number is personal data collection.

Yes, you could use a fake number, but that brings security risks and is unnecessary to me.

Also one time Signal sent a PERSONAL VOICE MESSAGE someone sent me and sent it to another user in my Signal contacts. I reported the issue, but never got a reply.

I used to be pretty active here. I'll have to make a comeback then.

Especially on my CalyxOS phone. 😬

Recovering from heartbreak as much as I can.

@TheDoctor Thats what I feel like. Having 4 entire years gone just like that.

Its been 2+ weeks and the pain just keeps haunting me.

@ThreeBadgersInATrenchcoat I was wondering the same thing, but I think of it like Cryptomator, paid for Android and it appears open source.

@alteredEnvoy You can use iknowwhatyoudownload.com to check an IPs Torrent downloads. VPNs usually have alot.

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