Category Archives: encryption

Email Encryption How To (not Why)

January 28, 2011 EDIT: Hello to all you people coming from Stumbleupon. Note that I haven’t checked out these instructions to see if they’re still relevant after two years. If you find anything that’s out of date, let me know! … Continue reading

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Public Key Encryption

Because I solved the issue I was having with Thunderbird, I’m ready to publish my public key for all and sundry to use. What does this mean? Well, from now on the emails you receive from me will be digitally … Continue reading

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Learning Computer Stuff -and- Birthday

For my birthday, I decided I needed to learn more about Mozilla Thunderbird. Specifically, I decided to remove an email account before transferring over all the email inside it. Whoops. Thus leading to “how to recover a removed Thunderbird account” … Continue reading

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Encryption, Security, Passwords

If you are a hip, with-it, web 2.0 person, you probably have more online IDs and passwords than you can shake a stick at1. I do. Sitting here in front of my computer, I can think of 15 without breaking … Continue reading

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