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Moonlight
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Uncommon use of my .tel

Post by Moonlight on Sun 27 Jan 2013, 2:19 pm

I save all my internet bookmarks as links inside of my .tel.
In text fields I save my passwords.
Private information I want to have accessible mobile I save in the keyword section.
All these data I lock with Telfriends, thus only I have access to it.
Accordingly my .tel is everything I need when I use the internet.
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Re: Uncommon use of my .tel

Post by Toptel on Sun 27 Jan 2013, 3:02 pm

Hopefully you didn't register your .tel at Telnames, because after 20 links you are running out of space.
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Re: Uncommon use of my .tel

Post by silvano on Sun 27 Jan 2013, 3:29 pm

Moonlight wrote:I save all my internet bookmarks as links inside of my .tel.
In text fields I save my passwords.
Private information I want to have accessible mobile I save in the keyword section.
All these data I lock with Telfriends, thus only I have access to it.
Accordingly my .tel is everything I need when I use the internet.

I apologize if I'm intruding, but...

For bookmarks it's ok, but for passwords and private information it's
not.

I'm not technically skilled, but .tels cannnot use https for connection from server to your computer. So your data travel unencrypted, ready to be stolen.

Correct me if I'm wrong.

Better a password manager with desktop and portable versions or an online service...
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Re: Uncommon use of my .tel

Post by Moonlight on Sun 27 Jan 2013, 5:27 pm

silvano wrote:.tels cannnot use https for connection from server to your computer. So your data travel unencrypted, ready to be stolen.
I thought otherwise.
I save my private data only because the link for the login with Telfriends is https://a1.webproxy.nic.tel/lookup/xxx.tel/login
My control panel is using a secure connection, too.
Could my data be stolen anyway?
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Re: Uncommon use of my .tel

Post by silvano on Sun 27 Jan 2013, 5:34 pm

Moonlight wrote:
I thought otherwise...

Ok! You are right. Interesting use of .tel
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Re: Uncommon use of my .tel

Post by Expert on Sun 27 Jan 2013, 6:18 pm

Moonlight wrote:Could my data be stolen anyway?
No, they can't. As Telnic has enabled the DNS records to be encrypted using 1024-bit encryption and stored in sub-folders which are hidden until paired with a public private key handshake with individuals, there is protection. This is of course only valid if the individual record has been set to private.

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