as that flow is just a nicer way to get an app password
still it's nice for people using 2FA
true, those obtained apppasswords should be stored just as secure as passwords.
they are longer and more random than passwords though which means you need less protection against rainbow table creation -> apppasdwordVerify may be faster than passwordVerify. I will check that some time.
Nextcloud doesn't know upfront that it's an app password, though
so it'll check against the normal password first I guess :/
Hey, I was wondering about syncing bookmarks to kiwi browser. It seems that in order to sync bookmarks to kiwi there need to be root folders already created, but there doesn't seem to be a way to do it. Is there a workaround for this?
@crazzzik_twitter Hey :wave:
I'm not sure what you mean
A common misconception is that floccus will sync all your bookmarks by default, which it doesn't.
By default it will create a new folder for you and will sync only that folder.