Fun weekend project to increase public facing #opsec:
Using OpenPGP.js to encrypt contact form messages client-side, thus being able to receive end-to-end encrypted messages even from strangers who've never heard of PGP:
If you want to do the same and are not a developer, this services makes it easy: https://encrypt.to
This should really become standard for every website with a contact form, just like HTTPS is becoming standard.
@mayel @Graham_Mitchell @Argus for a simple and powerful explanation of why encryption needs to be end-to-end (encrypted and decrypted on the client end):
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