Secure access to webmail with SSH tunnels

May 18, 2007 - 1 Comment

If your computer is hooked up to a network, you might want to think twice about security because it’s easier than you’d think to snoop private information and emails, particularly over wireless networks. One of the better ways to protect yourself is to use a secured connection like SSH, which will encrypt all the data being sent back and forth. Before you jump on the local wireless network and check your email, you may want to setup SSH so you can be sure that your data is kept secret, and this how-to guide from NonStopMac is a simple walkthrough on doing just that. Check it out:

NonStopMac: How to securely access webmail

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Posted by: David Mendez in Mac OS X, Security

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