Hak5 1809 – Low Bandwidth Email and Universal 2nd Factor

Low bandwidth got you down? Want a leeter way to check your email? Shannon checks out the command line based Alpine email client with Gmail. Plus, Darren talks to Yubico about the latest in Universal 2nd Factor and their virtual hackathon for strong, simple authentication. All that and more, this time on Hak5!
Alpine Email Client
Yubico’s Virtual Hackathon For Strong, Simple Authentication
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    No mention of mutt? Pine, being the birthplace of Pico, which became nano, is feature-light — you should look at mutt! It supports IMAP too.

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    Pixel tracking is how bulk mail services like MailChimp and Constant Contact let you know how many of your email recipients have read the email. I use MailChimp for a non-profit and they explain this in their documentation.

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