Sunday, December 16, 2007

Email Privacy

Email is inherently open to eavesdropping attacks. Many email servers are not encrypted and your email bounces from mail server to mail server for everyone to see. The administrator of your mail server could just open up their mail queue and read your secret cookie recipes or worse credit card numbers or other sensitive data. The universal solution would be to have mail go through encrypted servers, but that isn’t any where close to getting done so we have to take matters into our own hands.

Read the article HERE.


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