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End-to-End Encryption

End-to-end encryption (E2EE) is a system of communication where only the communicating users, servers, or applications can read the messages sent between each other, regardless of the number of hops or nodes between the messenger and the recipient.

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zoltanarvai commented Jul 16, 2021

Currently when I create a new profile it's not set as default. During command executions I also do not see what the profile is. As a result if I leave the --profile flag from the command I get errors that are quite strange and misleading. It would be good to:

  • either set a default profile and see it on command executions
  • or have some warnings / potential fixes with errors like: Are you runnin

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