Re:The answer is still keepass (Score:4, Interesting)
by omglolbah (731566) Alter Relationship on Saturday December 31, @01:56AM (#38544890)
1. Buy domain.
2. Set up *@domain to forward to your real email account, optionally apply a label (I do this with gmail labels)
3. Register with sitename@domain as email address.
4. Check real email and verify account.
Unique email for each site. No need to guess.
A bonus is that if you start getting spam you can see where it originated by what email it starts coming in on.
I noticed a year or so ago that curse got hacked as I started getting wow phising emails to the email I registered for curse with 😉
Just redirect to /dev/nul when it happens :p
sudo apt-get install git
git clone http://github.com/thekindofme/gmail_attachment_downloader
sudo apt-get install ruby
sudo apt-get install rubygems1.8
sudo gem install tmail
sudo apt-get install vim
# Don’t path the rename directly – as the path may contain uppercase letters!
rename ‘y/A-Z/a-z/’ *
# shopt -s nullglob
# Took the above out on my Ubuntu – I got an error saying it was missing YMMV
for f in $FILES
echo “Processing $f file…”
# Delete stray attachments which weren’t PDF files, but got downloaded anyway
#Make shutdown executable by any user for cron to be able to handle
sudo chmod u+s /sbin/shutdown
wizard@printer:~/gmail_attachment_downloader$ crontab -e
*/3 * * * * ruby ./gmail_attachment_downloader/gmail_attachment_downloader.rb 2>&1 > /dev/null # JOB_ID_1
01 19 * * * /sbin/shutdown -h now 2&1 > /dev/null # JOB_ID_2
Speculating About Gmail
Posted by michael on Monday April 05, @04:05AM
from the talk-is-cheap dept.