OpenSMTPD recently had a critical remote code execution vulnerability. I look at how you can limit impact with systemd-service security directives.
Last week was a busy week for email issues. Here’s what happened and why you got an empty blog newsletter this week.
I wasn’t happy with MailChimp, and phpList didn’t do a good-enough job. So I developed my own automated RSS-to-email newsletter system instead.
Your email provider owns your online identity by controlling your email address. You can’t port your email address to another provider as with phone numbers.
Comparison review of the two secure PGP-oriented email providers ProtonMail vs Mailbox.org. A huge price discrepancy for the same service.
SpamCop is a service that auto-generates spam reports to ISPs and hosting providers from spam messages. Reporting with SpamCop really does stop the spammers!
There’s a lot to like about the privacy-focused Mailbox.org email hosting provider. Some things, not so much.
The Australian government’s new privacy-unfriendly anti-encryption interception and surveillance law succeeded in undermining my trust in Australian tech companies.
I discovered a security vulnerability (CVE-2017-9604) in KMail while trying to delay sending of a PGP-encrypted private email.
Windows 10 supports syncing email, contacts, and calendars with all major providers. However, Microsoft chooses to close it down to a handful of providers.
A quick survey of the use of DNS SRV records for auto-configuration by email and calendar hosting service providers.
Set up the Horde webmail and application suite on Linux. Step-by-step instructions to get it up and running.