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laptop & mails archive security
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: laptop & mails archive security
- From: Ed White <ed_(_dot_)_white_(_at_)_libero_(_dot_)_it>
- Date: Mon, 30 Aug 2004 14:24:29 +0200
- Reply-to: ed_(_dot_)_white_(_at_)_libero_(_dot_)_it
I know that some developers work with a laptop and so I hope that someone
might have a good suggestion to share.
I have a powerfull home computer (amd64) and a modern laptop (centrino).
At the moment I'm using a RAID setup on my amd64, however this means that I
can checkout mails only at home. I'd like to move all my mail setup (archive,
config, accounts) to my laptop so that I'll be able to chekout new mails when
I travel and browse my archive.
Until today I've never done it because I fear these problems:
1 - laptop get stolen
--- mail archive can be read by the thief
--- mail accounts are valid until I change passwords & C
2 - laptop HD fails
--- mail archive can be partially lost (diff from the last backup)
3 - SMTP and POP3 security
--- I don't know the status of the network I'm using (hotel,airport,...)
Is there a good solution ?
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