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Re: [GNU-linux-libre] servers which push random code to clients

From: Adonay Felipe Nogueira
Subject: Re: [GNU-linux-libre] servers which push random code to clients
Date: Wed, 14 Apr 2021 11:10:13 -0300
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Em 12/04/2021 09:17, bill-auger escreveu:
> while discussing the telegram client in 2018, i was told that
> the telegram server routinely sends minified javascript to the
> client to be executed opaquely - i have not verified this, but
> if that could be shown, to be indeed how this client operates,
> wouldn't that cross the line of freedom? 

Sorry for not answering your question objectively but, althouth I don't use 
Telegram, I'll try studying it and see if I can isolate it from my other 
accounts in order to test, or if I can remove my account completely after 

If I find it to be doable, I might run tests with Wireshark, although I don't 
know how to use it also.

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