However, once Protonmail provides Thunderbird desktop support for the masses, this has to be the easiest solution by far.
I think it’s still in beta at the moment.
Also, Protonmail Tor address + Desktop integration has to be a reasonable second-tier option for people wanting to use PGP encryption, without all the many steps to create their own key manually etc, and should be reflected in the wiki eventually e.g.
“Although not recommended by Whonix, users who want a quick and easy (but less secure) method of sending end-to-end encrypted emails can…”
Yes, avoid all DispVM discussions until Qubes 4 stable is out. Too many changes.
Re: anything worth salvaging for the Whonix wiki, not so sure about that:
- Why are they doing pull requests with references to factually incorrect / dodgy advice on stackexchange?
- Why are they referencing multiple instances of Tor Browser stuff from Stackexchange, this is already addressed in various area of the Whonix docs i.e. more secure options?
- Tor Browser without Tor seems a peripheral issue (how many are really going to use it?).
- “no remote” options introduce risk for convenience. Not worth pulling into Whonix docs IMO
The author should change refs to Whonix wiki references instead or something else authoritative e.g. Tor Project links.
Re: Ledger Hardware Wallet - will have a look.
Re: Free Support Principle - yes, the wording is not great. The whole page needs polish (and I’m sure you’ve got more than one testimonial Patrick).
“Got No Anonymous Email Address?” is awkward too. Better would be “Creating an Anonymous Email Address” etc.
Haven’t gotten onto finishing off Advanced Security Guide yet - been trying to make the wiki pages “prettier” with warning/info boxes etc and general edits here and there.