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Excuse me, do you speak my language?



Some of us use email to communicate with people we never met before. Customers, clients, users, providers, and so on. Most of the time, we will communicate in English, the lingua franca since the Beatles, Monty Python and Douglas Adams conquered the world. I'm not, as you might have guessed from my broken English, a native speaker, nor are all of my peers. Maybe we were better of speaking another language both sides know better. But how would we signal our counterpart which languages we know, other than by cumbersome explanations?

Accept-Language to the rescue



Accept-Language is an optional email header, that can be used to declare, which language the sender is able to accept. E.g. if I'm able to speak Afaraf, Abkhazian and English, I would send an email with Accept-Language: aa, ab, en. The receiver of the email would now want to reply in one of the three languages. The order reflects the preference. Here, I would prefer Afaraf over Abkhazian, Abkhazian over English.

How to apply this in mutt?



To see the Accept-Language headers in received email, just add the following line to your ~/.muttrc:
unignore Accept-Language

You can colour the line red, if you don't know any of the senders languages, and green, if you know at least one of them:
color header red black ^Accept-Language:
color header green black ^Accept-Language:.\*(aa|ab|en)


To send your own Accept-Language header, add this line to your ~/.muttrc:
my_hdr Accept-Language: aa, ab, en


How to apply this in Thunderbird?



To see the Accept-Language headers in received email, just add the string Accept-Language to the configuration variable mailnews.headers.extraExpandedHeaders, which is a space separated list.

To send your own Accept-Language header, add a new string configuration variable mail.identity.idN.headers where N must be replaced with a number, identifying your email account in Thunderbird. If you have only one account, it is probably 1. Set this mail.identity.id1.headers to accept-language. Case matters. Create a second string configuration variable mail.identity.idN.header.accept-language (again replacing N, e.g. mail.identity.id1.header.accept-language) and set it to the complete header string with comma separated list of the languages you know using the ISO codes, e.g. Accept-Language: aa, ab, en.

Privacy considerations



Note, that the information what languages you accept, is transferred in an email header. OpenPGP will not encrypt this information. If you are using an anonymous or pseudonymous email account, the presence of the header or its content might help others to reveal your identity.

#language #email #mutt #thunderbird

PS: Please do not write to me in Afaraf nor Abkhazian. I took the languages as example because of their nice ISO codes.
 
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Not sure if this is common or not but I just discover you can set an expiration to a ProtonMail Email ...

#email #email #ProtonMail
 
La nouvelle version du site lavabit est en ligne.

#Lavabit est le fournisseur d'email sécurisé qui a fermé à cause du refus de fournir la clé privé SSL de leur service. Edward snowden utilisait un email lavabit pour échanger avec les journalistes...

Le nouveau protocole #DIME permettra un chiffrage de bout en bout, le première implémentation de se protocole est le serveur #magma

https://lavabit.com/

#ssl #magma #email

..:: Lavabit ::..

..:: Lavabit ::..
 
bambival: Haven't tried fn.de but this site has more alternatives: https://www.privacytools.io/#email (for example Tutanota is based in Germany and is cost-free)
 

Email Self-Defense - a guide to defend yourself from surveillance with GnuPG encryptionhttps://emailselfdefense.fsf.org/en/



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This #guide will teach you a basic #surveillance self-defense skill: #email #encryption. Once you've finished, you'll be able to send and receive emails that are scrambled to make sure a surveillance agent or thief intercepting your email can't read them. All you need is a computer with an #Internet connection, an email account, and about forty minutes. (...)

#gnupg #gpg #emailselfdefense #gnu #gpl #fsf #gnulinux #linux #ssl #tls #journalism #tutorial #howto #enigmail #security #weboftrust #journalism++ #jplusplus

http://www.jplusplus.org/en/

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Email Self-Defense - a guide to fighting surveillance with GnuPG encryption

Email surveillance violates our fundamental rights and makes free speech risky. This guide will teach you email self-defense in 40 minutes with GnuPG.
 
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PRIVATE. SECURE. EMAIL. ARRIVING SOON.

18 11 18 00 Days Hours Minutes Seconds

https://lavabit.com/

#email #lavabit #private #secure
 
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PRIVATE. SECURE. EMAIL. ARRIVING SOON.

18 11 18 00 Days Hours Minutes Seconds

https://lavabit.com/

#email #lavabit #private #secure
 
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Campaña de donación OpenMailbox 2017



OpenMailbox es un servicio de corroe electrónico y de almacenamiento totalmente de Software libre. Las personas encargadas, para mantener los dominios y la infraestructura realiza campañas de donaciones. Por favor, considera hacer una pequeña donación para seguir teniendo este maravilloso servicio en línea.

#email #mail #correoelectronico #internet #openmailbox #software #softwarelibre #free-sw #software-libre
 
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Campaña de donación OpenMailbox 2017



OpenMailbox es un servicio de corroe electrónico y de almacenamiento totalmente de Software libre. Las personas encargadas, para mantener los dominios y la infraestructura realiza campañas de donaciones. Por favor, considera hacer una pequeña donación para seguir teniendo este maravilloso servicio en línea.

#email #mail #correoelectronico #internet #openmailbox #software #softwarelibre #free-sw #software-libre
 
Too cool for PGP

https://www.mailpile.is/blog/2016-12-13_Too_Cool_for_PGP.html
The experts, by and large, have yet to offer any credible replacements for PGP. And when they suggest abandoning PGP, what they're really saying is we should give up on secure e-mail and just use something else. That doesn't fly. Many people have to use e-mail. E-mail is everywhere. Not improving the security of e-mail and instead expecting people to just use other tools (or go without), is the security elite proclaiming from their ivory tower: "Let them eat cake!"

Furthermore, if that "something else" also requires people use their phone number for everything... well, that's the messaging world's equivalent of the widely despised Facebook Real Name Policy. If you ever needed a clear example of why the lack of diversity (and empathy) in tech is a problem, there it is!

A very good article on just why OpenPGP is so important! From one of the main guys behind Mailpile.

#privacy #encryption #email #openpgp

Mailpile: Too Cool for PGP

 
Too cool for PGP

https://www.mailpile.is/blog/2016-12-13_Too_Cool_for_PGP.html
The experts, by and large, have yet to offer any credible replacements for PGP. And when they suggest abandoning PGP, what they're really saying is we should give up on secure e-mail and just use something else. That doesn't fly. Many people have to use e-mail. E-mail is everywhere. Not improving the security of e-mail and instead expecting people to just use other tools (or go without), is the security elite proclaiming from their ivory tower: "Let them eat cake!"

Furthermore, if that "something else" also requires people use their phone number for everything... well, that's the messaging world's equivalent of the widely despised Facebook Real Name Policy. If you ever needed a clear example of why the lack of diversity (and empathy) in tech is a problem, there it is!

A very good article on just why OpenPGP is so important! From one of the main guys behind Mailpile.

#privacy #encryption #email #openpgp

Mailpile: Too Cool for PGP

 
Lanceur d'alerte (2016) le #film
http://dai.ly/x5235y5

#films #movie #dailymotion #french #france #lanceurdalerte #alerte #média #shortfilm #pirate #piratage #internet #web #courriel #mail #email #information #wikileaks #wiki #leaks #clinton #clintongate #clintonemails #courrielsClinton #UE #USA #Europe #Russie #russia #hacking #hack #usb #memory #mémoire #diffusion

Dailymotion: Lanceur d'Alerte (2016) - le film - vidéo Dailymotion (HBB)

En piratant la jeunesse dorée, Manon et Léo tombent par hasard sur un mail qu'ils n'auraient pas du voir... L'histoire a été inspirée par ce courriel: https://wikileaks.org/clinton-emails/emailid/12900#efmALTAqG Avec Ernst Umhauer, Adrien Melin, Roxane Bret, Jean-Erns Marie-Louise, Christelle Cornil, Guillaume Franchin, Benjamin Haddad, Sophie Kircher, Sidney Zaoui, Elisa Sergent et Elliot Delage. Scénario : Guillaume, Jeremy, Bastien Réalisation : Guillaume Desjardins & Jeremy Bernard Assistant réal : Jeremy Bernard Producteur exécutif : Bastien Ughetto Son : Vincent Da Silva & Pierre Hermand Musiques : Edouard Joguet - edjmusic.com FX : Arnaud Huck Pour nous aider : TIPEEE ► http://tipeee.com/les-parasites
 
Center for a Stateless Society » Riseup’s Canary Has Died

https://c4ss.org/content/47015 You can try disroot.org, autistici.org or openmailbox.org, even better run your own.

#riseup #gag #surveillance #privacy #emailhttps://c4ss.org/content/47015
 
Center for a Stateless Society » Riseup’s Canary Has Died

https://c4ss.org/content/47015 You can try disroot.org, autistici.org or openmailbox.org, even better run your own.

#riseup #gag #surveillance #privacy #emailhttps://c4ss.org/content/47015
 
Center for a Stateless Society » Riseup’s Canary Has Died

https://c4ss.org/content/47015 You can try disroot.org, autistici.org or openmailbox.org, even better run your own.

#riseup #gag #surveillance #privacy #emailhttps://c4ss.org/content/47015
 
Center for a Stateless Society » Riseup’s Canary Has Died

https://c4ss.org/content/47015 You can try disroot.org, autistici.org or openmailbox.org, even better run your own.

#riseup #gag #surveillance #privacy #emailhttps://c4ss.org/content/47015
 

Andy Yen: Think your email's private? Think again



#ted #privacy #email #protonmail

TED: Think your email's private? Think again (Andy Yen)

Sending an email message is like sending a postcard, says scientist Andy Yen in this thought-provoking talk: Anyone can read it. Yet encryption, the technology that protects the privacy of email communication, does exist. It's just that until now it has been difficult to install and a hassle to use. Showing a demo of an email program he designed with colleagues at CERN, Yen argues that encryption can be made simple to the point of becoming the default option, providing true email privacy to all.
 

Email Self-Defense - a guide to defend yourself from surveillance with GnuPG encryptionhttps://emailselfdefense.fsf.org/en/



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This #guide will teach you a basic #surveillance self-defense skill: #email #encryption. Once you've finished, you'll be able to send and receive emails that are scrambled to make sure a surveillance agent or thief intercepting your email can't read them. All you need is a computer with an #Internet connection, an email account, and about forty minutes. (...)

#gnupg #gpg #emailselfdefense #gnu #gpl #fsf #gnulinux #linux #ssl #tls #journalism #tutorial #howto #enigmail #security #weboftrust #journalism++ #jplusplus

http://www.jplusplus.org/en/

via Diaspora* Publisher -

Email Self-Defense - a guide to fighting surveillance with GnuPG encryption

Email surveillance violates our fundamental rights and makes free speech risky. This guide will teach you email self-defense in 40 minutes with GnuPG.
 
Is SPF Simply Too Hard For Application Developers?
SPF expands to "Sender Policy Framework", which is one of the early and still valid ways for a domain to publish which hosts are supposed to be sending mail on the domain's behalf.

There is no requirement to refuse delivery of mail from a host that is not in a domain's SPF record, and emphatically so when no such record exists. On the other hand, when a domain does publish SPF data, rejecting mail from hosts that are not in the set published is a valid and accepted action.

(...) The obvious answer should be, as you will agree if you're still reading: The form's developer should place the user's email address in the Reply-To: field, and send the message as its own, valid local user. That would solve the problem.

So I put it to you: Is SPF, the Sender Policy Framework, simply too hard for application developers to understand?

http://bsdly.blogspot.com/2016/10/is-spf-simply-too-hard-for-application.html

I have to admit I think I have a contact form somewhere which does exactly what caused the problem here (will fix it!) I'm not so sure that SPF necessarily is too hard, but unless making contact forms or handling email is your main responsibility you may simply not think about it.

At least that's my excuse. One of my sites asks for a contact form, I whip one up with as little work as possible, do a cursory test and hands it to them. More worried about preventing the bad guys abusing the form to send spam, or as an attack vector into my system than the finnicky details of the email protocols. Not ideal, but it seemed to work, and I have other things to tend to as well...

#email #web #form #spf #programming

Is SPF Simply Too Hard For Application Developers?

The Sender Policy Framework (SPF) is unloved by some, because it conflicts with some long-established SMTP email use cases. But is it also j...
 
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