All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘encryption’

Build Your Own Email Features with Open Source Filtering Software

Filtered is an open source PHP-based IMAP mail filtering platform. While Filtered provides basic mail filtering features and learns from the folders you drag and drop your email to, it is also a powerful foundational platform to enhance and innovate email – with a number of unique features. We’re drowning in email and managing our inboxes remains a heavy burden.¬†Mail …

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How to Store Two Way Encrypted Passwords (and Credit Cards) in MySQL

As part of my open source IMAP mail filtering applet, Filtered, I wrote code to securely encrypt and store email user names and passwords in a MySQL database so that they can be decrypted as well. The technique is outlined below. Typically, passwords should be hashed in with a salt using one way encryption but in order to access user’s …

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How to Encrypt Selected Messages in Gmail

Since the revelation of NSA access to Google Gmail servers, it’s clear that Gmail is readily browsable by authorities without a warrant. ¬†Furthermore, using PGP encryption with your contacts is difficult to set up and get both parties to use – it’s also not integrated well into smartphone email clients. But, here’s a middle way approach… The new Filtered Open …

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