Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of Ticket #10836, comment 11


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Feb 12, 2014, 3:20:34 PM (5 years ago)
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  • Ticket #10836, comment 11

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    9 Frankly, I think the easiest way to attack a Thunderbird user is to simply block all his SSL connections. He'll fail with whatever right servers he tries, and all but the most paranoid users will eventually fall back to using plaintext protocols in order to get to their mail. (People will do everything to see dancing hampsers .) Just to put all this into perspective.
     9Frankly, I think the easiest way to attack a Thunderbird user is to simply block all his SSL connections. He'll fail with whatever right servers he tries, and all users but the most paranoid people will eventually fall back to using plaintext protocols in order to get to their mail. (People will do everything to see dancing hampsers .) And if you're that much on alert, you'll hoepfully catch the phishing mentioned above. Just to put all this into perspective - not saying your remarks are off-beat.