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Then host the auth server locally on your device.

The great thing about the self-hosted sync server is, the storage and auth components are separated, and the storage one just stores encrypted blobs.

If you want you can trust Mozilla with the authentication part while storing everything where you prefer, but if you're worried about a javascript change set up an auth server locally, create an account in it and copy it on every device you own: since it stores only account details which doesn't change, you don't have to worry about replication.




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