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You don't have any guarantee of this. Even with the best intentions, the staff could be duped by social engineering. You can't really minimise the risk any further than using a reputable forwarding company, but my advice would be to call them and ask about their account security practices. They may also be able to set an account note about your situation, ...


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I would like to disagree with the idea that email could be safe enough for confidential information exchange of any kind particularly between a psychologist and her patients. An often quoted rule is that you should always treat any unencrypted e-mailed communication to be about as confidential as if you wrote it on the back of a postcard. In reality it's a ...


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Google has an exploit called RowHammer which allows a user to read the contents of RAM that is adjacent to the data being written to. Encrypting the RAM would make this exploit much more difficult. “Rowhammer” is a problem with some recent DRAM devices in which repeatedly accessing a row of memory can cause bit flips in adjacent rows. We tested a ...



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