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sgk

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PostPosted: Wed 26 Oct 2011, 13:15    Post subject: Disposable E-mail addresess
Subject description: Further Suggestions for Disposable E-mail addresess
 

@jim3630

Thanks for your input too, jim3630.
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P123

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PostPosted: Wed 26 Oct 2011, 13:19    Post subject: Disposable E-mail addresess  

I just did a quick search for "Disposable E-mail addresses" & there is none available for Firefox 7.0.1.
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DPUP5520

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PostPosted: Wed 26 Oct 2011, 15:09    Post subject:  

I usually use Hotmail, yahoo, and Gmail for disposable email addresses. As for a multboot program there is one called sardu I think, and puppyluvr has one but I can't remember the name of it.
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PostPosted: Wed 26 Oct 2011, 18:29    Post subject:  

I did see a few posts about sardu (look like a lot of reading) & I will check puppyluvr's posts later.
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PostPosted: Wed 26 Oct 2011, 20:31    Post subject: Top 6 Disposable Email Address Services on About.com
Subject description: Top 6 Disposable Email Address Services
 

I thought I might share some of my findings on "Disposable E-mail Addresses." I used the search engine, DuckDuckGo, and found "Top 6 Disposable Email Address Services" at About.com. I copied the part of the page as follows:

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Top 6 Disposable Email Address Services
By Heinz Tschabitscher, About.com Guide

If you give web sites and new contacts a disposable email address instead of your real one, you can selectively disable a disposable address as soon as you get spam through it, but continue using all other aliases.
All disposable email address services provide this basic functionality, but some have other neat features that make life with email less spam and more fun.

(Updated May 2011)

1. Spamex: - http://www.spamex.com/
Spamex provides a solid, useful, and almost feature-complete disposable email address service.

2. Spamgourmet: - https://spamgourmet.com/
Before you choke on all that spam, try the feature-rich and flexible disposable email addresses from Spamgourmet for protection.

3. E4ward.com: - https://www.e4ward.com/
E4ward.com is a down-to-earth and very useful disposable email service that makes it easy to prevent spam to your real email address with easily erasable aliases. You can use your own domain with E4ward.com, but address masking in your replies is a bit cumbersome and auto-expiring aliases are not offered.

4. GishPuppy: - http://www.gishpuppy.com/
GishPuppy is a disposable email address service that shines with simplicity and functionality. Unfortunately, GishPuppy's functionality does not encompass replacing your real email address with the appropriate alias in replies.

5. Mailinator: - http://www.mailinator.com/
Mailinator lets you use any email address @mailinator.com and pick up the mail at their site. Since there's no connection to your real address, you sure won't get spam from using Mailinator addresses. Keep in mind that all mail sent to Mailinator is made public.

6. Yahoo! Mail Classic: - https://mail.yahoo.com/
Yahoo! Mail Classic is a comfortable, reliable and secure email service with unlimited storage. A pretty good spam filter (including disposable email addresses) keeps the junk out.
Note that disposable addresses are deleted when you cancel your Yahoo! Mail Plus account.

What You Need to Know About Disposable Email Address Services - located at the following web address: http://email.about.com/cs/disposableaddr/a/disposable_addr.htm

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I hope that those who are interested in disposable e-mails can find something in the list above. The site is at - http://email.about.com/od/disposableemailservices/tp/disposable.htm.

I would also like to say that I managed to set up JonDo Smile , and it works well on Puppy Crypt-528 on my Acer netbook.
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PostPosted: Wed 26 Oct 2011, 21:11    Post subject:  

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I would also like to say that I managed to set up JonDo , and it works well on Puppy Crypt-528 on my Acer netbook.


Thats awsome, just beware of JonDo's autoconfiguration for the cascades, it tends to like to point you towards the single server japanese proxy which is less secure than the other cascaded proxy servers.

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ant2ne

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PostPosted: Thu 26 Jan 2012, 21:39    Post subject:  

Dont mind me, I'm just jumping in on this thread. Looks like a very interesting project and as soon as I post this I'm going to download the iso and try it out. In fact, if my wifi is support I just might trash this ubuntu install in favor of your pup.
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PostPosted: Fri 27 Jan 2012, 06:47    Post subject:  

I have a prob that I have never had with other 528 puplets.

After doing a multisession remaster, it saves to a new folder on shutdown, as it should, but won't load a folder on startup.

Also savesession-dvd doesn't work.

Any clues?

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PostPosted: Sat 28 Jan 2012, 14:09    Post subject:  

I'm not really sure, I can look into it but it may take me a while as I don't have any CDs or DVDs here yet im still waiting to get them shipped to me. I was planning on updating Puppy Crypt but haven't had a chance as i've been quite busy with work and I use another one of my pups as my day to day distro. I will look into the issue as soon as I get a chance and report back as soon as possible.
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PostPosted: Wed 01 Feb 2012, 02:59    Post subject:  

I love your Dirty Little Secret. Smile

Any CDs yet?

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PostPosted: Wed 01 Feb 2012, 13:55    Post subject:  

unfortunately not, im in a desolate country where it's kind of hard to get things like CDs/DVDs so I'm waiting for them to get shipped to me sorry Sad
I am planning on updating Puppy Crypt when I get time though, Unfortunately I've fallen behind the curve, the browser needs to be updated as well as some security settings adjusted and a few things put in and taken out. It takes me quite a few hours to download even the smallest Puppy and that's when I can even get on the internet. But as for the CDs yea it's probably gonna be a few more days or even a week before I can do any testing for the multisession problem.

Edit: Totally overlooked the wallpaper comment, There is actually another wallpaper hidden inside the OS that goes along with that one, I doubt you'll find it though it's hidden inside another file but feel free to look. Every custom wallpaper I put in my derivatives has a meaning behind it and my dirty little secret is one of them.

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RobertCobbet

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PostPosted: Tue 21 Feb 2012, 17:11    Post subject:  

Is there any way to boot this from a USB drive without having installed it on a system already? I have the disk image and would like to install it on a system with no CD drive. Thanks for any help.
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PostPosted: Wed 22 Feb 2012, 17:07    Post subject:  

maybe using a virtual drive to create the usb image? What kind of system is it that it has no cd drive? I probably won't be around for another week or two after tomorrow. (internet is almost nonexistent here)
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PostPosted: Wed 22 Feb 2012, 18:04    Post subject:  

DPUP5520 wrote:
What kind of system is it that it has no cd drive?)

It’s a haggard laptop that I mess around with and the CD drive doesn’t work. I’m a total novice but what you have made seems to be, in my albeit limited search, the best option for privacy and security. It’s a shame that for people without your expertise, who all want privacy and security, have to get through many hurdles before they arrive somewhere close. I’ve wondered for some time now why there are many almost self-updating software components available offered for free by not-for-profit individuals and organisations concerning security and privacy, yet no OS that can bind them all together in a similar process. I’d imagine there’d be great demand. Puppy Crypt 528 is the closest I’ve come across and congrats on the work.

Anyway, yes, I’m just looking to make a bootable USB with it. Any pointers would be appreciated. No doubt if I get it working I’ll have no idea what to do Very Happy

BTW, have you any experience with this https://tails.boum.org?
Also, if I encrypt my HDD with TrueCrypt will I be able to update to any new releases of the OS?

Thanks.
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PostPosted: Thu 23 Feb 2012, 15:22    Post subject:  

I've checked Tails out and it's ok. I also use LPS since i've had hard times getting my CAC reader working in Puppy and no one is willing to help out. TrueCrypt is a little nit-picky on the current version of Puppy Crypt (there's a workaround somewhere here in the forum for it) and I only use it to encrypt individual files and folders. I see no point in full drive encryption or any such silliness for myself though I can see where it's useful for others. When I get around to updating Puppy Crypt it will be a little smaller (hopefully) and i'm going to consolidate some tools and do a few updates, along with a few other things.
As I said in my last post you can use a virtual drive or system (qemu or virtual box or vmware) to create a bootable usb without a cd drive. You can find instructions probably on the forum or through Google I'd imagine.
Good luck to you, if you have any other questions i'll be gone for a while but we have a wealth of security and Puppy experts here on the site.

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