Big Changes For Yahoo-Hosted Email

Frontier has been sending messages to its customers saying that the company has noticed their use of “a lower security sign-in that is sometimes used in third-party mail applications such as Outlook, IncrediMail, MacMail, Mozilla Thunderbird and others.” The message is somewhat vague and misleading. It gives the impression that these “third-party” tools don’t encrypt […]
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Two Steps to Emails That Get Read

When you go to write your next email, start by realizing that your recipient probably doesn’t want to read your email at all. Fortunately, you can use that your advantage. Back when I had a job, I mentioned to my boss that I rewrote my emails two or three times before I sent them to him. […]
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Skeptical Looks at Cryptography

We cannot have cyber security without cryptography! Confidentiality requires encryption of the sensitive data. Integrity is important, hash functions let us detect inappropriate modification of data and system configurations. Authentication of users and hosts can be done in many ways, and the more secure methods involve hash functions, encryption, or some combination of the two. […]
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How to Write a SMART E-mail

An e-mail is no different to any other written communication – it needs structure and content. The principles of effective writing still apply here. We use e-mail for all the same reasons we use any other written communication, although there is also a temptation to over-use or misuse, when another form of communication (phone call […]
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How Not to be Jeremy Clarkson (At Least with Your Email)

You sent what you thought was an innocent email or tweet. Now you’re in trouble. How did this happen? How can you avoid it? How do you fix it? Here are the six rules you need to follow to keep your job.  Right now, Jeremy Clarkson (one of the hosts of the world’s most widely view […]
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