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Month: May 2018

Re: [trinity-users] Re: Re: Kmail-TDE-PM-pgp

From: William Morder <doctor_contendo@...>
Date: Tue, 1 May 2018 08:57:45 -0700

On Tuesday 01 May 2018 04:57:11 dep wrote:
> On Tue, May 1, 2018 at 1:57 AM, deloptes <deloptes@...> wrote:
> > William Morder wrote:
> >> Everybody talks about encryption, but not many actually use it. And you
> >> > can see why here: because encrypting all alone is like having sex all
> >> > alone. Unless you do it together with others, it's just wanking.
> >
> > I think it is more or less about trust
> >
> > in my case the catalyst was reducing the data harvesting my isp can do
> > from my outgoing and incoming email. there is, as various here have
> > noted, little way to prevent this entirely, but it can at least be made a
> > little more inconvenient. thus, when my email leaves here it is
> > encrypted, as it is when it arrives. on the other end it might not be,
> > between the server and those with whom i am corresponding, but that goes
> > into analytics as the mail from-to some guy in switzerland. i've added
> > encrypted dns requests. the goal is like putting locks on the door of
> > your house: it doesn't provide absolute protection, but it makes it mor
> > profitable for the bad guys to look someplace else.
> >
> > dep

Look into using email over a secure shell. I had that running a few years ago, 
but since then I have gone through some changes, and it was too much trouble. 
However, I do know that it is possible. Of course, your email provider will 
still have access to some information; otherwise you couldn't use their