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Cyph’s source code is 100% public. Our openly accessible GitHub repository includes all client and server code, with the layer that handles releasing Cyph as a native app available here.
Portions of Cyph are fully open source under permissive licenses such as BSD and MIT. That being said, the full Cyph application doesn’t comply with the OSI’s Open Source Definition. In addition to the patents, our source code is licensed under Ms-RSL, which is effectively a read-only license; this means that third parties can’t fork and modify our code or deploy their own instances of Cyph without our permission. We believe that this is a fair compromise to allow us to develop Cyph as a commercially viable startup without ignoring a necessary aspect of its security.
one way of seeing if you qualify for these (or maybe other) free vector brushes --
Enable the welcome panel via menu: Help >Welcome and scroll through the images/advertising/tips-tomos (July 26, 2020, 11:20 AM)
One of our major competitors, Keybase, was acquired by Zoom last month.
Many Keybase users are now looking for alternatives as a result, primarily due to a lack of trust in the new ownership to maintain high privacy standards, as well as speculation that the service is now doomed to ultimately be shut down. However, no single solution has so far stood out from the crowd; instead, users are faced with the prospect of setting up a hodgepodge of independent solutions.
Keybase is great, but a full alternative is clearly needed. That’s why we’ve spent the past month building new features to make Cyph more of a direct replacement.
Cyph’s features and general architecture are similar in many ways to Keybase, plus/minus a few features:
- On the plus side, our features include voice/video calling (with group support), Bitcoin, and social networking (like Twitter, but all posts are signed + optionally encrypted for a subset of your contacts).
- On the minus side, Keybase offers some awesome niche features (like encrypted git repos) that we currently do not.
- And now, with our latest release, we’ve built out a set of PGP key management and utility features to make Cyph more immediately useful for users coming from Keybase.
Additionally, the architecture of Cyph yields some significant broader advantages:
- Full web support
- Whereas Keybase splits up its features between the web UI, the CLI, GPG, and the native apps, thanks to WebSign Cyph is able to provide a consistent experience across all platforms. The full functionality is available regardless of whether you use https://cyph.app or the desktop and mobile apps, with no need to worry about degraded security on the web.
- Automatic strong public key authentication for all users
- No need to verify keys or usernames out of band, meet up in person to compare fingerprints or “Safety Numbers”, etc.
- Quantum-resistant cryptography
- Post-quantum encryption, key exchange, and signing algorithms are used throughout the application (in combination with classical crypto such as elliptic curves). Whereas others are still planning long-term migrations to post-quantum crypto, Cyph was built with it in mind from the start, meaning that your private data is theoretically protected from future QC attacks today.
We encourage you to submit a response to our poll to vote on the missing features you’d like us to add. And if you’re a Keybase user, just include your username and email address to skip the line and get a free invite to the Cyph beta!
I'll try to write something simple I can put on github that illustrates how I do it. No promises on the timeline though... unfortunately, I have a lot on my plate right now.-wraith808 (July 22, 2020, 07:50 AM)
One other thing I'll say, and I'm not sure that most of the tutorials recommend it though it's the way I've started writing my XAML in most cases - make liberal use of DockPanel and StackPanel. They make organizing your controls a lot simpler, IMO.-wraith808 (July 22, 2020, 07:50 AM)
Brave Browser Fork Makes a ‘Bold’ Move Citing Legal Pressure; another potential fork incoming:
https://cointelegrap...iting-legal-pressure-panzer (July 09, 2020, 03:21 PM)
I learned about it from Brave, and not from an ad but within the browser when I was checking my BAT settings, so I don't know.-wraith808 (July 09, 2020, 07:50 PM)
They've also released a way to convert BAT into gift certs.-wraith808 (July 09, 2020, 09:03 AM)
Then they'll do as in China and oblige all info to be handed over to the FED, NSA, DHS...-dantheman (July 09, 2020, 07:26 AM)
Brave Together is a private video conference tool that you can use to call with your friends and colleagues. Nothing that you say or type in the service is logged or saved. See data processing detail.
Note: Your IP address is available to your Internet provider. If your Internet provider requires the use of a TURN server, then your IP address will also be available to a company called 8×8, which operates the TURN server. The content of your call is encrypted between your browser and the Brave server, so your audio and video stay private from intermediaries.
To avoid scams: For the avoidance of phishing attacks, note that we at Brave never contact Brave Browser users in a Together call.