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Email Identity Protection and LuxSci Email Hosting

Monday, March 9th, 2015

We have just completed a long series of articles discussing how attackers forge email messages and what technologies and techniques can be used to counter these attacks.  See: Email Identity and Forged Email.

In this post, we will discuss some best practices when using LuxSci to maximize your protection against forged email messages.

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Safe Family Email with LuxSci Parental Controls

Monday, January 20th, 2014

LuxSci’s email services are versatile, as well as secure. We offer solutions to many problems and meet a diverse assortment of specialized needs.  One important niche well-served by LuxSci’s flexible and highly configurable system is that of parental control — specifying exactly what email should be sent and received by children and keeping tabs on that email, while not restricting the parent’s (administrator’s) email usage.

This article highlights the many options available to configure an account for parental control.  As each parent’s requirements differ, each parent may wish to choose a different combination of settings.  No problem! LuxSci is infinitely configurable.

You should start by ordering a LuxSci email hosting account with your own domain name (i.e. your-family.com) and Premium Email Filtering.  Once you have a LuxSci email account, and have created users for your family members, you can proceed with the following configuration ideas to make your account family friendly and safe.

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How do you know if someone has read your email message?

Friday, July 26th, 2013

Has your recipient actually read that email that you sent to him or her?

Has anyone else been reading the email messages that you sent or which are saved in your online email folders?

We are often asked how customers can verify if an email that has been sent has actually been read or if they can detect if messages have been covertly read (e.g. by the NSA).  The quick answer is that:

  1. With respect to your recipients reading your emails, you generally cannot ever know unless you plan on it ahead of time or use a system that includes read tracking as a feature.
  2. With respect to your ISP or the government reading emails, you cannot ever know.  All you can do is implement encrptions mechanisms to prevent them from reading the messages altogether.

In this article, we will discuss what measures you can take and how effective they are for determining if an email message has been read — the simplest and most generally available methods are the least reliable.

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