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kicksecure - unsecure home directory?

I converted my xfce debian system into kicksecure by installing the kicksecure-cli. Now, when I start gpg, it warns me, that my home directory has unsecure permissions.

The permissions look like this:

user@host:/home$ ls -l
total 4
drwxr-x— 16 user user 4096 Jun 22 14:46 user

Is this a problem? Did something go wrong?

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In Debian (based) distribution(s) the linux user user is default member of a system group with the same name as the linux user account. That is really old. Called usergroup or so.

gpg specific usability issues.

chmod --recursive og-rwx ~/.gnupg

See also https://www.whonix.org/wiki/Free_Support_Principle

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