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  How Do Secure Email Providers Protect You?
Posted by: Roxanne - 1 hour ago - Forum: Article - No Replies

Secure email is essentially regular email with a few security enhancements on top. The technology behind the scenes is ultimately the same, which means that you already know how to use a secure email provider. You still send messages to named addresses with an @ and a domain, and you still get plenty of spam. For that reason, anyone can call themselves a secure email provider. There's no dictionary definition, and most major email providers like Gmail and Outlook would also consider themselves "secure" despite falling short of the mark.

Most providers who use the term to describe their service go much further than requiring a strong password or using two-factor authentication. Security, in this sense, isn't only about stopping someone from gaining access to your account, it's also about keeping your data and identity safe. A truly secure email provider is unable to read your email conversations. They should ideally be located in a jurisdiction that's not subject to data sharing between intelligence agencies. The technology itself would ideally be built on open standards for a "crowdsourced" approach to security. The service shouldn't profile you, serve personalized ads, or log metadata.

This is why Gmail, Outlook, Yahoo, and most other free, mainstream email providers are not regarded as being truly secure. A secure email provider is "better" than Gmail in terms of data security, but you will miss out on Google's features and deep integrations. Let your priorities decide which is the better option.

End-to-end encryption is essential in building a truly secure email system. While services like Gmail encrypt the connection between your computer and the server, any information you send to the server (including the contents of your messages) is not encrypted when it gets there. Any private conversations (or state secrets) you're discussing will sit on Google's servers in an unencrypted format. If that data is stolen, for example, in a data leak, it doesn't need to be decrypted before it can be read. A secure provider will encrypt data on the server, making it useless to any third parties.

The lack of end-to-end encryption means that email providers can access the contents of your messages, and they've used this access in the past. Google previously scanned the contents of Gmail messages for advertising purposes but stopped the practice in 2017. The company continued scanning emails to power services like (the now-defunct) Google Now. How else will Google's assistant be able to remind you about the trip you've got coming up?

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Photo Embrace Success: Airfinch, Your All-in-One Rental Script Solution
Posted by: robert16 - 10 hours ago - Forum: Review Produk, Jasa dan Website - No Replies


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Struggling with clunky rental scripts that limit your potential?  There's a better way!

Airfinch is the user-friendly, all-in-one rental script designed to empower your rental business.  Manage vacation rentals, equipment rentals, or anything in between – all from a single platform.

Here's why Airfinch is the game-changer you've been waiting for:

  • Effortless Launch: Forget months of development. Airfinch gets you up and running quickly, letting you focus on what matters most – your business!
  • Complete Ownership & Customization: Unlike restrictive "clones," Airfinch offers 100% source code. Customize it to perfectly match your brand and unique rental needs.
  • One-Time Investment, Endless Benefits: Ditch recurring fees! Airfinch is a one-time purchase, empowering you to reap the benefits for as long as you operate.
  • Seamless Operations, Effortless Growth: Airfinch simplifies management with its intuitive interface. Focus on growing your business while Airfinch takes care of the heavy lifting.

Stop settling for limitations!  Airfinch is the rental script designed to fuel your rental business success.

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  Side Effects of Cialis: What You Need to Know
Posted by: lucasmiller - 11 hours ago - Forum: Article - No Replies

Common side effects of Cialis Superactive may include headache, indigestion, muscle or back pain, flushing, stuffy or runny nose, and dizziness. These effects are usually mild and temporary. Rare but serious side effects may include priapism (prolonged erection), sudden vision loss, or allergic reactions. Contact a healthcare provider if experiencing severe or persistent side effects. Discuss medical history and any medications with a doctor before starting Fildena Super Active. While generally safe, it's essential to be aware of potential side effects and seek prompt medical attention for any concerning symptoms during treatment with Cialis for erectile dysfunction.

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  What is rhce?
Posted by: zarajoseph - 11 hours ago - Forum: Article - No Replies

RHCE is known as the “Crown Jewel of Linux Certifications” and it proves the eligibility of candidates on live systems. This certification is achieved by passing the RHCSA Certification Exam - EX200 and the RHCE Certification Exam EX294. Red Hat Linux Automation with Ansible (RH294) teaches the skills needed to manage large numbers of systems and applications efficiently and consistently. The performance-based Red Hat Certified Engineer (rhce) exam for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 (EX294) tests your knowledge and skill in managing multiple systems

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