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services:matrix:encryption [2021/09/28 10:36]
behrmj87 Add a new section on how cookies are not necessarily evil
services:matrix:encryption [2021/11/29 17:24] (current)
behrmj87 typo fix Sessin -> Session
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 - **Skip**, which skips authentication, but you won't be able to read encrypted messages that were sent to you earlier. - **Skip**, which skips authentication, but you won't be able to read encrypted messages that were sent to you earlier.
  
-=== Verifying a Sessin using a Security Phrase ===+=== Verifying a Session using a Security Phrase ===
  
 This is conceptually the easiest so, we'll discuss it first. Click **Use Security Key or Phrase** and in the screen that opens enter either your //Security Phrase// or your //Security Key//. This is conceptually the easiest so, we'll discuss it first. Click **Use Security Key or Phrase** and in the screen that opens enter either your //Security Phrase// or your //Security Key//.
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-=== Verifying a Sessin using a Security Phrase ===+=== Verifying a Session using a Security Phrase ===
  
 If you are logged into another session, e.g. on your phone, it's easiest to click **Use another login**. There are multiple ways how this is handled, which depends on where the other session is running, e.g. Element on phones will allow you to do this via scanning a QR code. All methods do require, though, that you have the device where the other session is running on //at hand// otherwise the whole process will block waiting for you to do something on the other device, which is hard to do, if it's far away. If you are logged into another session, e.g. on your phone, it's easiest to click **Use another login**. There are multiple ways how this is handled, which depends on where the other session is running, e.g. Element on phones will allow you to do this via scanning a QR code. All methods do require, though, that you have the device where the other session is running on //at hand// otherwise the whole process will block waiting for you to do something on the other device, which is hard to do, if it's far away.
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