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Offline nicerobot

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Secure RDF (usernames, URLs, ...)
« on: September 27, 2006, 12:40:09 AM »
Although it's somewhat nice having a plain-text RDF, it also means I have to secure it myself since I'm paranoid and don't want my usernames associated with my URLs and stored in plain-text files.
I'd like it if all the settings where encrypted using firefox's master password.

Offline tanstaafl

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Secure RDF (usernames, URLs, ...)
« Reply #1 on: September 27, 2006, 01:38:06 PM »
Quote from: nice
Although it's somewhat nice having a plain-text RDF, it also means I have to secure it myself since I'm paranoid and don't want my usernames associated with my URLs and stored in plain-text files. I'd like it if all the settings where encrypted using firefox's master password.
Hi nice,

This is already a FR (Feature Request), so you might like to give it a vote.

There is also a FR to allow you to use any name/location you want for your RDF file, you might like to vote for that one too...

One more related FR is this one (in the same thread as the main 'Encrypt RDF' request) that will allow you to specify an arbitrary file to use as an ecnryption key.

You get 5 votes (one vote per FR), so feel free to vote for any of the ones that you'd like to see implemented...

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Secure RDF (usernames, URLs, ...)
« Reply #1 on: September 27, 2006, 01:38:06 PM »