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TODO[edit]

  • Gajim might intelligently set a Tor socks user name per account already. Do we still manually specify a user/password?
    • TODO: HulaHoop is investigating the details.
  • Plugin installer is only using https for verification which is weaker than gpg which is used by apt-get which is usually used to install software. [1] [2]
    • We can nuke the plugin installer. config-package-dev displace folder /usr/share/gajim/plugins/plugin_installer/.
    • TODO: Debian feature request to ship the gajim plugin-installer plugin in a separate Debian package.
  • create an AppArmor profile
  • does it have any protocol leaks?
    • TODO: check Gajim's built-in XML console
  • how to pre-configure Gajim with all these settings by default as a linux distribution?
    • TODO: feature request for .d config folder support

Blockers[edit]

Done[edit]

  • Are uploads by gajim-httpupload encrypted using gajim-omemo?
    • Developer responded: "yes if you have activated OMEMO, httpupload will always encrypt the file, in fact you can not send a unencrypted file with OMEMO activated even if you wanted."

Discussion[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. https://tails.boum.org/blueprint/replace_Pidgin/
  2. https://labs.riseup.net/code/issues/7868

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