Category Archives: Mac OS X

Tracking email using web bugs

“Did you get my email?” If you have ever asked this question to anyone, then this post might interest you. I had my doubts about sharing this, since the trick described here does invade the privacy of the recipient somewhat, … Continue reading

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Email and malware dissection, Part I

Phishing, Trojans, Worms and other malicious activity in email. These series of posts make quite a lengthy write-up on how to use Unix shell script and Perl to dissect large amounts of email all at once without disrespecting email privacy … Continue reading

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Tinkering with file encryption

Storing files overseas or “in the cloud” has become somewhat of an issue lately with spying activities of various nations. I think we’ve just seen the top of the iceberg, but at the same time I hope I’m wrong. In … Continue reading

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