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@Carnet To be perfectly serious, even if I trust you to take proper design decisions, I'm not sure that Carnet is secure enough for my personal notes.
From a security perspective, are you just gluing the magic (ciphers) together?
Not that I don't trust you as a developer, but I wouldn't trust a developer of your age with my personal notes.
That's probably stupid, and I'm posting this because I'm sure that the answer is very simple. But that might be a general feeling.
@carachrone notes are not encrypted if this is the question
@Carnet No, the question is "Can a random Unix hacker break through a Carnet server and expose all the notes?"
@carachrone well, this is a nextcloud server, so....
@Carnet Yeah I know, but maybe this isn't clear for most people? With all the marketing from Spideroak and other popular zero-knowledge services (like ProtonMail)?
@carachrone what do you mean ?
@Carnet I don't know, I'm not discussing technical details but public reception
@Carnet I'm a sociology student, not a developer, I didn't mean to sound like I was knowledgeable about this
@Carnet (Not as a developer, anyway, I'm just a techie)
@carachrone then I'm sorry I really don't understand, for you carnet isn't secured but gives the impression to be secured ? That's the problem ?
@Carnet No, the inverse: Carnet is secured but gives the impression to be unsecured.
@Carnet For me, Carnet gives the impression to be part of these resources-intensive-to-be-secured pieces of software
@Carnet This isn't criticism on Carnet's security, just an advice on communication
@Carnet Maybe Carnet's security is misunderstood
@carachrone Carnet isn't secured yet
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