As you may know Deeping is one of the most beautiful Linux distros but there are some doubts about using it among Linux community. What do you think about it? Is it 100% safe to install and use it? Is there any privacy concerns regarding Deepin?
What we are talking about is monitoring software, this could be an application, or it can be encoded into the operating system,but i wonder how do they do that if their distribution is open-sourced and anyone can watch the code?
I am no expert on security, but this is how I understand it,Do they track you while you want to download software from Deepin Store or do they do that differently?
Monitoring passwords and Keylogging is horrible. If they do that, Windows is much more preferred over Deepin because at least you could be sure that Windows doesn't spy on ALL your activitiesI am no expert on security, but this is how I understand it,
This depends on the form and intent of the monitoring software involved, in its simplest form it will watch what internet sites and pages you look at to raise a profile for targeted advertising, in its worse form it will be monitoring every thing you do from your password keystrokes, to watching for keywords in e-mails, this type of monitoring software is usually politically led, one possible way of spotting it is higher CPU and ram use than usual [but if it's there from the start you won't notice the difference].
Kao što možda znate, Deeping je jedan od najljepših Linux distribucija, ali postoje sumnje u njegovu upotrebu među Linux zajednicom. Što mislite o tome? Je li 100% sigurno instalirati i koristiti? Postoji li zabrinutost zbog privatnosti u vezi s Deepinom?
If you want the good looks of Deepin without worrying about potential security and privacy issues, then you can just use the Deepin Desktop Environment on top of your favorite Linux distribution.
In fact, there’s a community edition of Manjaro on DDE as well as Ubuntu using DDE.
Deepin DE can be loaded onto Linux Mint using the same PPA instructions as for Ubuntu.