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First colors of the future episode start to appear this morning and I couldn't resist to show you this screenshot 🤩 (speechbubbles hidden)
I still have a lot of work on the 10 pages and proofreaders work hard, but I'm confident for a release in March.
#krita #webcomic #wip

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Security researcher recommends against #LastPass after detailing 7 #trackers

A security researcher is recommending against LastPass password manager after detailing seven trackers found in the Android app.

theverge.com/2021/2/26/2230270

reports.exodus-privacy.eu.org/

LastPass Android: Drittanbieter überwachen jeden Schritt

kuketz-blog.de/lastpass-androi

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Recuerdo hacer trabajos escolares con este libro y esta misma cubierta. Qué alegría ver que más de un cuarto de siglo después se sigue reeditando y actualizando.

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A new report shows that Amazon processed 27,664 government demands for user data in the last six months of 2020, up from 3,222 data demands in the first six months of the year, an increase of about 800%.
techcrunch.com/2021/02/01/amaz

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Google has suspended Element (@matrix) from the Play Store for "Sexual Content and Profanity". Basically same story as with Subway Tooter a while back. Element is to Matrix as Chrome is to the web. Curiously, Chrome is still on the Play Store.

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Google's reCaptcha is used by many services, even though it denies you privacy: theregister.com/2020/11/02/goo

That's why Tutanota has decided: #NoMoreGoogle. We provide a completely Google-free email service. 😀💪 Here is why: tutanota.com/blog/posts/open-s

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A regular reminder to our #dev friends to keep #privacy for your users on your issues list.

- Avoid using third party systems to host fonts, scripts, etc.
- Try Google analytics alternatives like @plausible or @Matomo
- Capture as little personally identifiable information as possible (do you really need their full name, phone number, etc?)
- Purge your PII regularly
- Share info with fewer systems and notify your users

Place their privacy at least equal to your needs.

#programming #html

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If you want to lock down your Nextcloud instance so only certain computers can log in, follow these steps by @jlwallen ⭐️
techrepublic.com/article/how-t

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We have successfully mitigated this weekend's DDoS attacks. If you are still experiencing issues, here's how you can trouble-shoot:
reddit.com/r/tutanota/comments

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Now that #mozilla has expressed their desire for truly free software is diminishing in favor of profits. Maybe check out #librewolf as a firefox alternative

share.tube/videos/watch/a84930

here is a short video about it by @ChrisWere

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Our founder, Matthias Pfau, has written an article on why we need quantum-secure encryption now.
😀 "At the same time as the development of quantum computers is progressing at an ever faster pace, the encryption must also be updated. Because currently used algorithms are vulnerable and will probably not be able to withstand attacks from quantum computers."
security-insider.de/sichere-ko

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Have some #Nextcloud app development skills and looking for work? There are plenty of requests and offers for app work and other features and improvements on our forums!
help.nextcloud.com/c/nextcloud

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Thanks to the work of Samuel Holland, crust advanced power management is now capable of running the #PinePhone for 100hrs in idle without the modem (approximately 110mW). With modem on, we should get 40% battery run-time increase (to approx 24 hrs).
Coming to your distro of choice soon!

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Keeping your logins secure is not that difficult:
✅ Use unique passwords
✅ Use 2FA for important accounts
✅ Use a password manager
And the good news is: If you do, there's nothing to worry about when another story about stolen passwords hits the headlines: wired.com/story/dark-web-crede
Here are more tips to keep your online accounts secure:
tutanota.com/blog/posts/login-

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Seems that after Microsoft, Google also gives up on creating 'privacy clouds' for customers. True isolation is nearly impossible to deliver given judicial & technical limitations.

TL;DR - if you need to control your data, keep it on your own infra!

bloomberg.com/amp/news/article

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They know what you clicked last summer. #Google #Facebook Better switch to privacy-friendly services, there are some recommendations to start with: tutanota.com/blog/posts/how-to

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