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for your questions:
1/ Yes, for your contacts to know which feature your client support, we
send the identity of the client. see XEP-0115 .
The Gajim_ in the id is indeed not really needed, we could implement
2/ ft_send_local_ips is used when you send a file to a contact. It is
supposed to be a p2p connection, so yes, Gajim, by default, send your
local IP so that your contact can connect to your machine. You can
disable that in the advanced configuration editor.
3/ I don't really understand what you mean. Log encrypted messages is
used by Gajim to locally log (write to db) your chat when it is
encrypted by GPG or E2E.
4/ The thing is that you think it's not usefull for functionality, but
it is. Of course we can still chat without sending that, but then FT
will not work correctly, and many many other things because many
protocoles depend on XEP-0115. So your paranoid mode also means a client
with very few features. Gajim also asks for a few things to server on
connection to know if it support some features, and just asking that in
the particular order Gajim asks is enough for the server to know you use
Le 19/09/2016 à 13:55, gr...@airmail.cc a écrit :
Could not create ticket (registered, confirmed my e-mail, solved 2
captchas and still considered as spammer, wtf? I'm just using Tor), so
i try to post here:
= problem =
Gajim 0.6.15 sends more info than needed for privacy-oriented users.
= analysis =
1. If I turn off all options that sends info about os and client,
Gajim does send info about itself, it is seen in XML console, like:
... node='http://gajim.org' ver='blah-blah-blah' hash='sha-1'/>
<identity category="client" type="pc" name="Gajim" />
And maybe more. Those values above is hard-coded in
connection_handlers.py as I can see, so there is no easy way to change
2. I have 3 accounts with the same account options. But eventually I
find from advanced options editor that one has ft_send_local_ips set
to True. If I understand it correctly, this enables sending local ip
address, and that is pretty terrible news :( And there is no way in
GUI to control it, or I didn't find such option.
3. I'm not quite sure how that happened, but one day I found that "Log
encrypted messages" option is turned on. Maybe I miss-clicked it
somehow, but for me it is strange indeed, considering that hidden
ft_send_local_ips option enabled for just one account.
4. So I assume that there are other "leaks" that sends info that has
nothing or little to do with functionality.
= enhancement recommendation =
It will be great if Gajim will have '''one''' option, maybe hidden,
per account like "paranoid_mode", so I am sure that there are no such
leaks in any way.
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