[jitsi-users] Encrypt chat history with master password


#1

Hi all
Can I encrypt local chat history without three part tools?

I think it's very important.

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#2

Can I encrypt local chat history without three part tools?

Surely you can, but you will probably lose the ability to read them with
Jitsi.

You can encrypt files or even your whole hard drive, with software like
LUKS (Linux) or FileVault (OS X).

Still, the best way to protect your conversation is not to keep a log,
and to delete your past history.


#3

It is too complex to encrypt history with three part tools for common users who want to keep history.

When I introduce jitsi to others, they tell me, they very confused when open jitsi without login can read all chat logs.

I suggest encrypt history with a master password(that encrypt saved password) in further.

I hope jitsi more secure and I will introduce it to every one.

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On Tue, Dec 30, 2014 at 4:11 AM, Daniele Pitrolo <d.pitrolo@gmx.com> wrote:

Can I encrypt local chat history without three part tools?

Surely you can, but you will probably lose the ability to read them with
Jitsi.
You can encrypt files or even your whole hard drive, with software like
LUKS (Linux) or FileVault (OS X).
Still, the best way to protect your conversation is not to keep a log,
and to delete your past history.
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#4

It is too complex to encrypt history with three part tools for common
users who want to keep history.

The user who wants to keep logs should then be careful to have a secure
machine. He should have an encrypted drive, and good password. Jitsi's
encryption of the logs wouldn't be able to add nothing valuable to that.

If someone is worried and confused about the chat logs, tell him not to
log anything: it is cool, nowadays, like Snapchat: no logs!