Oops. Thousands of Google Calendars are leaking private information quietly on the Internet, allowing anyone to not only access sensitive details but also add new events with maliciously crafted info & links: https://thehackernews.com/2019/09/google-calendar-search.html
Better switch to an encrypted calendar: https://tutanota.com/calendar 😉
is that calendar open source, too? how does it interact with thunderbird and evolution? are you planning a contacts database?
@zem We develop the entire client on GitHub - calendar included. As with email, it can't be connected to Thunderbird or Evolution. That's why we're building our own desktop clients & adding offline availability soon.
@Tutanota And the server? It is not open Source if I cant run my own server. Also how do you achieve secure interaction with other mail services? If I want to have my private key on a smartcard like I currently do, how can I do that?
@zem Right now the server is very complex. We plan to build a small, open source server for self-hosting, but that's a bit further down the line.
@Tutanota I hope you can solve that complexity issue. It does not have to be easy in my opinion, e-mail just isn't easy. 😉
Yikes! Glad I switched over.
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!