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Topics covered in this episode:
ZorinOS Privacy Concerns
Ubuntu Touch Runs On Raspberry Pi
Librem 5 Birch Has Shipped
Fedora Users Concerned GNOME Software Proprietary Software
Linux Powered Handheld Returns
Bitwarden – open source password manager
Ryan’s Bitwarden Video [Part 1 of 2]
Michael’s Bitwarden Video [Part 2 of 2]
Tips & Tricks:
My problem with Kape buying PIA isn’t so much the adware, it’s their current lying to users with false positives to boost sales.
CyberGhostVPN says you’re EXPOSED when using a VPN, even the Tor Browser: Fast, Secure & Anonymous VPN service | CyberGhost VPN
DriverFix (according to Malwarebytes): Removal instructions for DriverFix - Malware Removal Self-Help Guides - Malwarebytes Forums
As for metadata there’s no ethical argument for using opt out instead of a non-defaulting choice.
that is an interesting topic to bring up.
It looks like they just assume all connections are exposed unless they are CyberGhost. That’s a very misleading thing for sure. I connected to a VPN service for testing and it always seems to claim exposed but to be fair to them, they have no way to know what IPs are VPNs and which aren’t . . . of course they could just not claim that exposed thing.
Do you have a source that shows DriverFix is related to Kape? I couldn’t find anything that stated that on malwarebytes.
There’s no ethical argument against opt out choice. No choice has an ethical element but providing a choice is ethical.
It’s listed on the Kape products page at the bottom - https://www.kape.com/product.html
This was a fantastic episode, lots to learn and laugh at! I am more excited about the PinePhone the more I hear about it, even though the whole segment was supposed to cover the Purism device.
Thanks for the reconfirmation @MichaelTunnell . Thanks @EricAdams for grabbing the Kape link.
This stance needs a formal explanation.
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