Secure wireless email on Mac OS X
"If you’re not doing something to secure your email, your usernames, passwords, and messages are most likely traveling through the air as clear text. Plain, unscrambled, unencrypted, easy-to-read-by-anyone text. Anyone connected to the same network can “sniff” for data passing through the air, then grab and log that data on their computer. All without you even knowing it. You have no idea how much of your digital conversations are being overheard." Secure wireless email on Mac OS X
(Submitted by Noel Tue Sep 20, 2005 )
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