Zero-Knowledge Server is an answer to modern privacy problems, when server can’t read user’s data. It has a few limits:

  1. Server should not know user’s password, which mean that password recovery will not work.
  2. All data manipulations must happen on client-side. Server will be used only to synchronize data between clients.

P2P-protocols without any servers (like IPFS) can be a better solution for some cases.

import { encryptActions } from '@logux/client'

// Server should not know it
let clientPassword = localStorage.getItem('userPassword')

encryptActions(client, clientPassword, {
  ignore: ['server/public'] // action.type to not be encrypted

Clients will convert all actions to:

{ type: '0', d: string, iv: string }

Server need to save client’s actions. For instance by using persistent log (you may need to write LogStore implementation to keep log in some database).

On the server you will need to set reasons for 0 actions to keep them in log:

import { parseId } from '@logux/core'

server.log.type('0', (action, meta) => {
  meta.reasons.push('user:' + parseId(
}, { event: 'preadd' })

When client will remove some action, it will send:

{ type: '0/clean', id: string }

Server need to remove reasons for that actions:

import { parseId } from '@logux/core'

server.log.type('0/clean', (action) => {
  server.log.removeReason('user:' + parseId(, {