A well thought out and relevant article on KSL?
S. Dale Morrey
sdalemorrey at gmail.com
Wed Jun 26 16:59:29 MDT 2013
For the really secure doomsday plotting type of emails (or stuff I actually
care about being secure such as financial info), I use bitmessage.
Even that has problems though and so before I can start my nefarious plot
to control the world by hypnotizing all it's pet guinea pigs, I will need
to reimplement bitmessage to be more secure. (Bitmessage doesn't protect
your at rest message, everything is stored plain text including your keys)
On Wed, Jun 26, 2013 at 4:56 PM, S. Dale Morrey <sdalemorrey at gmail.com>wrote:
> No I'm actually just worried about having all my eggs in one basket. I
> don't like relying on single company for everything.
> On Wed, Jun 26, 2013 at 4:42 PM, Lonnie Olson <lists at kittypee.com> wrote:
>> On Wed, Jun 26, 2013 at 3:05 PM, S. Dale Morrey <sdalemorrey at gmail.com>
>> > Now does anyone know of free privacy oriented email alternatives? I'm
>> > considering leaving gmail. This is nothing personal against google but
>> > I've realized I've gotten lazy and managed to put all of my eggs in 1
>> > basket.
>> Are you worried about Google specifically, or the NSA/Gov't.
>> If the latter, moving to a new provider won't help you.
>> Hosting your own mail may protect your data that is "at rest" from
>> government subpoenas and such, but it has no effect on data "in
>> transit", nor does it affect emails at the sender's storage (they
>> might be using Gmail). Email in transit can be snooped by lots of
>> people, including NSA/Gov't. To protect that you'd need to use
>> encryption, but that won't protect email to people that can't use
>> encryption too, nor does it protect metadata in the headers like
>> sender and recipient addresses.
>> Email + privacy is extremely difficult. If you want real
>> communication privacy you shouldn't use email. Find something else,
>> like a private XMPP server w/ TLS and OTR.
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