🏒 Lucian Marin It's possible to have private messages on Subreply. They can be encrypted using the password hash. Changing the password will fail to decrypt old messages.
🧐 Nrmn But why this way? Why not encrypt a separate key (maybe even per message exchange) that is reencrypted when the password gets changed.
🏒 Lucian Marin I thought user should have the "key" for their sent messages. Re-encrypting is possible, but not privacy aware. It could be a separate service similar to IRC/Slack.
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