Message from Uberhat in Cascadian Coffee Company #infrastructure
Threema is widely used. We in the Seattle BC use it as our primary communication tool but it's pretty much a mobile only option.
Mobile anything is not secure
Threema is encrypted, the keys are generated on the device. It's not perfect but it's one of the best options.
After doing some cursory research Threema looks to be a decent option. I would rate it probably lower than protonmail but higher than Twitter and Discord. Tbh, there's no real reason to use it over Discord unless we get to the point that we believe our group is being specifically monitored or something, since all *sensitive* communications can be relegated to ProtonMail.
I'm not happy that Threema's desktop options are very limited but Discord is good enough.
Threema isn't a great option. Tox would be better imo
I have communicated with many people on that platform with no issues
I'm not sure, same as for example the <@&304026039766482955> ?
I could create a thread that only people with the proper role could access
Or multiple threada
It's up to you really
DM me what you want i created the APB role just now
I just want a means of notification to APB personnel so I can say things like "check your protons" and a select few would get the notification. I guess our PM works for that. I was thinking something not so private.
I could do that dm me who you want added to the role and then all you'd have to do is mention it in the private thread and everyone would get the notification
Hm did I misspell it?
Someone has to be in the group for it to be mentioned maybe
You, me, Justin, and Nathan
Got it <@&314532855164436482>
What's nathan's screen name?
Also if you could let me know geographical roles for new server member's I'd appreciate it
<#314534900839612416> channel set up only people with the <@&314532855164436482> role can access it
This is why we use protonmail: https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/04/20/google_must_provide_overseas_gmail_data/
@seapea tox chat is infact very secure, for maximizing security incase of a scenario as such tox is for sure the way to go
The one Tox client for Android I tried sucked but given it's early stage in development I couldn't blame it.
No need for tox if you're using a mobile device. The hardware is compromised. Doesn't matter how secure the app is.
"what is opensource hardware"
"what is a ROM for a phone"
"what is the NSA"
"what is GPS"
I'd like to see one of these mobile processors that are 100% verified to be free of backdoors
This is what the NSA could do in fucking 2008 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NSA_ANT_catalog
Look up CopperheadOS my friend
Read through the entirety of the documentation