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1. Digdeeper.Neocities.org Negative Review
We contacted the author of the website with this information and we hope he will make adjustments based on our updates & clarifications. If he chooses not to make any adjustments, or if he finds more negative things about our service, we will have no negative feelings toward him.
Edit March 5th, 2020: It has come to our attention that the Dig.Deeper team posted additional comments about the CTemplar service. We are working on a response to his comment and we will post it here when it is complete.
2. Issues Identified in Github by fabianski7 during the Privacytools.io review.
On March 9th, 2020 Github user Fabiansky7 stated ” I was looking at CTemplar and it really seems to be an alternative but let me just get off the subject of this discussion to talk about the free plan.
Only three e-mails per hour? Really? Not even for a simple test before you migrate from another server is that enough.”
On March 10th, 2020, Fabiansky7 stated:
It seems that using user.js from ghacks breaks most of the site. Accessing https://mail.ctemplar.com/mail/settings/dashboard-and-plans doesn’t seem to be an easy task. See the amount of errors in the console: https://i.imgur.com/5bl3kLk.png. They repeat themselves everywhere. Some pages don’t even open. You have an insecure connection on the registration page. See: https://i.imgur.com/US88FCI.png http://api.ctemplar.com/clock-image/6348e926b78d82958d6e2ee5ac3c10e712493c22/ https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/Security/Mixed_content If
security.mixed_content.block_active_content is active (which is the default) it won’t be possible to see the clock image.
Fabiansky7 was asked by the Privacytools.io moderator not to post these types of comments to the Privacytools.io channel. The CTemplar team believes he did it because of his passion for users’. privacy & security. If his comments are removed we want to be sure user Fabiansky7’s findings are taking into account by anyone considering our service.
The CTemplar team will track these issues in the appropriate channels and post updates here.