I've been playing with WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux) but so far I don't have good reasons to keep it, only one is very easy SSH connections (I don't like putty)

I've got invitation to Cyph:

Seems like Keybase alternative. Its still in beta but when my account get confirmed I will post invitation links (I got 5 of them), anyone interested can DM me or better send PGP email (or PGP DM), and I'll send invitation links to you. I'll update on remaining invitations.

Visiting website on Chromium based browsers will throw http2 error, I can't find fix for it but my guess is that some nginx header is culprit (help appreciated). You can visit it from Gecko based browsers such are Firefox and Tor browser. If you visit it from Tor browser you should be show option to redirect to .onion version of website.

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I wrote my philosophy and privacy tools that I use everyday, finally got this done. Excuse my English and formatting.


Maybe we should join toots under some hashtags?

I'm planning to write (blog?) post about my privacy setup and habits that I practice. By setup I mean what privacy software I use and by habits I mean my way of using them. I'm just not making it because I work all day on my final thesis for university. I will do it for sure eventually

When is latest app version comming to F-Droid? On F-Droid version is 3.73.1, while on PlayStore is 3.75.3

Another smooth update from PiHole, I'm very pleased.

Just a very short comment on Signal discussions:

– Signal already stored encrypted data on their servers for a long time.
– Some people say the strength of the PIN is always "4 digits." This isn't true, you can set a long and strong password.
– Most other messengers (including "alternatives") store your data in cleartext on their servers and require setting passwords, too.

Besides, stay open-minded and don't create a toxic "us vs. them" mentality.

#Signal #comment

Still waiting for latest KeePassXC package to appear in Arch repos

@jonah Good to be back, what happened with mastodon instance?

@Tommy If its free you probably pay with your data. Best anonymity option you have for good service is to pay with cryptocurrencies. One good provider I know is njal.la

It's finally here, teasing is over:

I'm excited to launch #keyoxide today!


#FOSS solution for easy encryption, signature verification and decentralized identity proofs!

I've been in favor of #DeleteKeybase but I never had something to offer as an alternative. Now I do :)

Only thing good about my code is that its hosted on @codeberg. Last thing I've done to completely ditch Microsoft, I don't use any of its services anymore

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