I have repeatedly told my friends and family that securing their email is the second step in securing your electronic communications, the first being to start using a privacy-aware search engine. This usually falls on concerned but overwhelmed ears. It seems hard to encrypt email. In reality, it is easy,
If you aren't using PGP encrypted email, then you're a bad, bad person. :-) I've recently issued out new PGP keys to replace my expired ones. You can find them at the following link, as well as on public keyservers that tend to get traffic: http://files.sacrideo.us/arcfide-pgp.
RetroShare Home Page The Internet today is a dangerous place, not the least because of the pervasively insecure practices of so many of its users. Many users do not understand how to properly secure their own machines. And the world is not dangerous because of crackers and invasive criminals; no,
While this may not come as a surprise for some of you who are well versed in the command line world, but I was just recently informed that the mailx mail program, which is often the default program linked to mail(1) in many Linux systems, including my personal favorite,
Someone mentioned that I didn't put up the actual Hebrew signatures mentioned in my last post. I suppose that some of you might want to see them, so here they are: Mine לֵ֤ב חֲכָמִים֙ בְּבֵ֣ית אֵ֔בֶל וְלֵ֥ב כְּסִילִ
Today I received a rather witty and subtle reply to an email I sent out. I have of late been sending out my emails with a Hebrew signature, and thus far only a couple people have noted it explicitly and no one has really gone through the trouble of finding