Items tagged with: email
You can't be sure that ProtonMail or Tutanota aren't logging your IP address or can see any metadata (from, to, subject...) from your emails.
Anonymous IMAP+SMTP, only via Tor and always encrypted with GPG.
#ITSec #Cyberangriff #Cybergefahren #Cybercrime #Phishing #Email #SocialEngineering #Spam #Spearphishing
Más de 40 vulnerabilidades en la implementación de la función STARTTLS en los clientes y servidores de correo (via Alex Millà)
#ssl #tls #starttls #smtp #imap #pop #email
Wem das Thema E-Mail Verschlüsselung mit OpenPGP interessiert, der kann sich unter diesem Link meine Anleitung, die ich mal zur Umsetzung in Thunderbird erstellt habe gerne herunterladen.
#Datenschutz #Verschlüsselung #PGP #Email #Thunderbird
Brazilian criminals detail how they gain access to bank accounts from stolen iPhones
Basically, thieves take the #SIM card out of the stolen iPhone and then put it into another #iPhone. Using social networks like #Facebook and #Instagram, they can easily find out the email address used by the person who had the phone stolen. In most cases, this #email address is the same as the one used for the #Apple ID. All they need to do is reset the Apple ID #password using the victim’s #phone number.#security #software #crime #news #problem #smartphone #Brazil
diganle adios al email...
Probando el smail de @Boris Daniel Martinez Millán
Es un sistema de envio de email por php, en la primera prueba funciona.
Su codigo fuente estara publicado en https://reisub.nsupdate.info/git/
link directo https://reisub.nsupdate.info/git/?p=smail.git/.git;a=summary
Lo interesante es que cualquiera puede montarlo en su servidor, he interactuan los usuarios del server 1 con los usuarios del server 2 (federado)
#smail #securemail #php #email #mail
This is a question that we should be asking ourselves... And, if we did, we would find the answer very quickly: because we allow them to!
We allow Google, Facebook and their families to read everything that we write. We have no private life for these companies. They don't care that we want to keep our lives and conversations private!
But, you ask, "Why should I care? I don't have anything to hide!"
Well, let me ask you this: When you're talking to a friend at your favourite café, do you speak in such a loud voice that everybody can hear you? And, when they don't listen to your conversation, do you make sure that they pay attention to your dialogue?! I thought so!
So, it doesn't matter if you have anything to hide or not. It doesn't matter what you talk about. The point is that those who were not invited to have dinner with us shouldn't sit at our table and listen to us talking about the football match or the film we watched, that beautiful person we saw when we were coming to the café, the new car we're planning to buy or our future family plans! This is what matters!
Until some years ago, you had to use PGP to avoid being spied on by the big tech. But, we must admit, it was a bit too techie!
Then came Tutanota and ProtonMail and other email services that provide true privacy and security to your conversations. But you needed to have your own domain to keep the same email address or create a new one.
In 2016 pEp came to life! And, with it, you can use your regular email service and start to use email safely! And, what's best, you don't need to be a techie to use it!
It offers "Automatic privacy", "End-to-end encryption" and...
It's "Fully decentralized"!
The only thing that you need to do is to install Mozilla Thunderbird and the pEp add-on and set up your regular email account in Thunderbird. You can also install the app from your regular app store and read the same emails on your smartphone. Thunderbird and the pEp app will sync all email for you automatically!!!
Then, invite your family and friends to use it too and start to build your trusted email community.
Pretty Easy Privacy is completely Open Source, free and will ensure that all your emails are well protected and that your communications stay as they always should have been: secure and private!
@Ade Malsasa Akbar @Yann2 @SlowRain
#email #pep #pEp #p=p #prettyeasyprivacy #privacy #security #opensource #FLOSS