This is a great writeup from Max Mortillaro about moving from Gmail to ProtonMail, an end-to-end encrypted email service. It’s an interesting evaluation of the service, but also of switching primary email addresses in 2017. At first, I thought that would be the least interesting part of the piece. As I thought more about it, this is really the whole point of the article.
Public Key Encryption
Anthony Vandewerdt of Aussie Storage Blog comments: Using SSH keys to perform password-free login is quite common in Unix hosts and in Appliances that have embedded Unix (like Storwize products). You effectively have a public key which is shared and a private key (usually with a PPK extension) that is not shared. Think of the public […]