Password for archive-encryption is not enough for GDPR security
I have set a Jami account password on Windows 10, but I think, I does not receive sufficient security for GDPR usage. (Windows password alone is not enough!) The archive on disk may be encrypted, but opening Jami and using the account is NOT secured at all. If someone has physical access to the running (!) device, he can see the whole history and use Jami to send and receive new messages in the name of the used account. Think of using Jami in the worst case: Homeoffice with kids who are sharing the same device (and Windows user account). Or a workmate asks for using your device for a moment to check something ... (and get full Jami access as a special gift!)
So, please, at least implement an option to use the account password (or a different one) also as access password within Jami or to unlock the whole Jami userinterface.