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Posts posted by areh

  1. So all data is stored on the customers devices, and the app doesn't send data to any other places than the customer's own devices? That sounds good, but only assuming I can trust this to be true. But Enpass is not open source (only the encryption part of it is?), so all I have is your word for it. After the Edward Snowden incident we know for a fact that American companies may be forced by law to create back doors in their products _and to lie about it_. The combination of closed source and being subject to US legislation seems like a total deal breaker for any IT product where security or privacy is important. How am I wrong? I would be grateful if anyone could explain this to me. (And even I were to monitor the data traffic in and out of the Enpass clients and find that it looks okay, how do I know that it behaves the same the next day?)

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