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It depends on the network setup Google has. You can check the route your email took by checking the message headers. In GMail, you can do this by[1]: Log in to Gmail Open the message you'd like to view headers for. Click the down arrow next to Reply, at the top of the message pane. Select Show Original. Look for the Received headers. Those identify the ...


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I am not a user of Mega, but from what they write in their Help Centre ("Sharing") under "How does folder sharing work?" It is then your responsibility to securely transmit the folder key to the recipient(s). ... it would appear that that they are implying that the key exchange does not involve their servers all. Of course, in the end, as they ...


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That's a "Mixed Content" problem; meaning that, although the main page was served securely via HTTPS, some of the resources used by the web page were retrieved using insecure HTTP. The Mozilla Blog Mixed Content Blocking Enabled in Firefox 23! has much more detail about this issue as well as describing how to configure Firefox to block mixed content: (2)...


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The three security levels currently available in CrashPlan+ (which allows use of CrashPlan Central for online backups) are: Secure key with account password (default) Secure key with private password Use custom data key As for which level(s) to use, it appears that anything but the default meets the goal: Secure key with account password (default) The ...


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I just verified what waiwai said, and only a hash was transmitted to the lastpass server, and only encrypted passwords were returned. It looks like a key derived and stored in local storage. To steal your master password, a vulnerability or compromise of the server would (or at least should) be needed for someone to modify the way the application behaves. ...


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Maybe this support site helps you: Email encryption in transit - Gmail Help - Google Support


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First, our data security policies are detailed in our help documentation: https://www.cognitoforms.com/support/74/entries/data-security Cognito Forms now allows PII to be stored in Cognito Forms as long as full entry encryption is enabled and fields containing sensitive information is marked as protected so we can ensure that this information is not ...


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Hard to guess what you might be using, and until that is known removing it is tricky. Two possibilities to try work out what it is: Check your Google authorisations - Have a look at the application listed here, particularly anything listed as having access to Gmail. Check your browser plugins - a number of services work via a plugin in your browser, so have ...


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