@nextcloud Is it possible to have everything end-to-end encrypted on Nextcloud? If not, do you have a list of what is and what isn’t end-to-end encrypted? Thanks! :)
@nextcloud But beyond folders: you were talking about voice calls. Are those end-to-end encrypted? Are messages, etc.? Is there a list somewhere I can read through or what is/what isn’t private?
@nextcloud Thanks. That list would be very useful. The reason I decided against going with a hosted Nextcloud solution was because the security/privacy model is so complex. I want to understand exactly what my host will have access to.
@aral The biggest strength of Nextcloud is that you don't have to trust anyone if you don't want to. Just run your Nextcloud in your basement, on your own NAS, in your organization...
@nextcloud @aral this is what I do. I just run it in docker on my NAS. It's really easy and upgrades have (so far) been completely painless.
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