[Enigmail] From Circumvention
ansus at neomailbox.ch
Sun Mar 8 02:40:08 CET 2015
The comments on the original web page state the aim of the changes...namely disclosing less.
You should take care to disclose as little as possible about the privacy tools you use, if only to make it harder to run automated, targeted attacks against your computers and accounts.
After making these changes to your stock Thunderbird and Enigmail installation, the encrypted emails you send will be much more sanitary and will disclose less information about the tools you use.
On 08/03/15 11:02, Doug Barton wrote:
> I took a look at that URL, and I see two problems there. First the data
> that they suggest you hide is not particularly meaningful. Second, the
> fact that you are hiding it will make you stand out from the crowd more
> than not hiding it would.
> One could argue that a better tactic might be to send the headers, but
> populate them with valid data from a different platform. I'm still not
> sure how much value that would have though.
> Compare this for to get an idea of my context ...
> On 3/7/15 10:52 AM, Rainer Blome wrote:
> | Ian, good point, thanks for this link!
> | Just followed the instructions, let's see what's left.
> | @All:
> | Some people can see some of my social network.
> | That's just a fact of life, and I live with this, as everyone else does.
> | Does this mean that I tell some people about all my contacts?
> | No, I try to avoid that.
> | Firms such as Google, which set the default to "upload the whole
> | address book" make it difficult to avoid this.
> | Enigmail should not follow their example.
> | -Rainer
> | Am 07.03.2015 um 02:39 schrieb Ian Mann:
> |> This sanitizes some of the information.
> |> Ian
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