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Updated: 2014-05-12T00:39:47.890-04:00

 



I am going to have to go with Marcin on this, any ...

2008-04-17T11:20:00.000-04:00

I am going to have to go with Marcin on this, any time you can cut out a middle-man especially when dealing data or information the better.

Not only does it ensure that the data has the least chance of being manipulated or changed, it also helps in expanding your own awareness of computers and the general workings of code.

@Alex - Congrats on the job, btw.



@Alex: Your solution is (or rather will be) "for f...

2008-04-17T07:48:00.000-04:00

@Alex:
Your solution is (or rather will be) "for free", not Free. You might want to change the blog entry you mention, because it is misleading.

If you want security you shouldn't use webmail that has any kind of scipting at all. You should use a mail client or write your mail in a plain text editor.



haha I forgot about those. Hacker codes too.

2008-04-17T02:13:00.000-04:00

haha I forgot about those. Hacker codes too.



"If you've ever seen what look like random letters...

2008-04-17T02:12:00.000-04:00

"If you've ever seen what look like random letters and numbers at the bottom of an email and wondered what was going on, it was probably a GPG signature."

It could've been a Geek Code Block.



HI McKenzie, I just read you blog post on Geeks ar...

2008-04-17T01:50:00.000-04:00

HI McKenzie,
I just read you blog post on Geeks are Sexy.com, and I would like to let you know about our Webmail encryption software - maybe you could add it into your article if it's not too late...

Our company is called Gwebs (short for Global Web Security) our software is called MailCloak, you can check out a preview blog post I wrote on blog.gwebs.com . I can also let you download a preview version if you are interested. The software will be released friday, and then you can add a link in to a download page.

Heres mailcloak's big benifits over the software youve listed:

1) it encrypts drafts
2) gpg encryption for Gmail, MSN Live Mail and Yahoo Mail.
3) availible for IE and Firefox on friday, Outlook and Thunderbird soon after that.

Best Regards,
Alex Miller (Alex.Miller@gwebs.com)