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A recent article on talks about a false sense of security users may have when using If you are a user of Silk Road, you have likely seen many users advocating the use of a service called This company describes itself as “the most secure, easy to use communication system”, and many Silk Road users have adopted it. Known users of the Safe-mail web service include operators, vendors and customers of the dark web’s many drug market sites, journalists writing about the investigation into Silk Road, and BTCKing, the vendor who ran an underground anonymous Bitcoin exchange and allegedly worked with Bit Instant CEO Charlie Shrem to sell more than

A recent article on talks about a false sense of security users may have when using If you are a user of Silk Road, you have likely seen many users advocating the use of a service called This company describes itself as “the most secure, easy to use communication system”, and many Silk Road users have adopted it. Known users of the Safe-mail web service include operators, vendors and customers of the dark web’s many drug market sites, journalists writing about the investigation into Silk Road, and BTCKing, the vendor who ran an underground anonymous Bitcoin exchange and allegedly worked with Bit Instant CEO Charlie Shrem to sell more than $1 million worth of Bitcoins to users of Silk Road.Therefore, you should remember that no email service should be trusted. And if you are sending anything sensitive over email using plain text, it will likely be read eventually by somebody other than the intended recipients.This is why things such as strong PGP encryption are essential to any type of sensitive communication.The lessons from this bullshit are: Need a throwaway email address? if you need a throwaway email address, check out the (appropriately named) site I just found it while Googling for throwaway email accounts and it worked great for me, and it’s free.

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A recent article on talks about a false sense of security users may have when using If you are a user of Silk Road, you have likely seen many users advocating the use of a service called

This company describes itself as “the most secure, easy to use communication system”, and many Silk Road users have adopted it. Known users of the Safe-mail web service include operators, vendors and customers of the dark web’s many drug market sites, journalists writing about the investigation into Silk Road, and BTCKing, the vendor who ran an underground anonymous Bitcoin exchange and allegedly worked with Bit Instant CEO Charlie Shrem to sell more than $1 million worth of Bitcoins to users of Silk Road.

Therefore, you should remember that no email service should be trusted. And if you are sending anything sensitive over email using plain text, it will likely be read eventually by somebody other than the intended recipients.

This is why things such as strong PGP encryption are essential to any type of sensitive communication.

The lessons from this bullshit are: Need a throwaway email address? if you need a throwaway email address, check out the (appropriately named) site I just found it while Googling for throwaway email accounts and it worked great for me, and it’s free.

million worth of Bitcoins to users of Silk Road.Therefore, you should remember that no email service should be trusted. And if you are sending anything sensitive over email using plain text, it will likely be read eventually by somebody other than the intended recipients.This is why things such as strong PGP encryption are essential to any type of sensitive communication.The lessons from this bullshit are: Need a throwaway email address? if you need a throwaway email address, check out the (appropriately named) site I just found it while Googling for throwaway email accounts and it worked great for me, and it’s free.

” We talked about it a bit more, and it became clear that it was possible to defend, and actually build the culture.

With this, it should be noted that Safe-Mail is no safer than Gmail when it comes to protecting your privacy with its centralized email service.

Never trust any company with your privacy, always encrypt.

do you realize how many god damned websites I have logins to try and keep track of already? how is anyone supposed to keep everything “updated” all the time?

At least Gmail prompts me from time to time to make sure my recovery info is still correct. Well, it would have been nice if Yahoo had ever prompted me like that — before locking my account for no reason — which would have avoided this mess altogether.

I have an email address at Yahoo Mail that I’ve had for at least 10 years, although nowadays I use it only very occasionally (maybe once every few months) as a “throwaway” address — you know, for those times you have to give out an email address and don’t want to get spammed later. My only recourse, apparently, is for them to send a code to a mostly obscured email address, which I have no idea what is is. Certainly whatever it is is some address I haven’t used for probably 10 years and no longer have access to anyway.

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