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Temporary Email - To Email
TempM email service is known under different names such as fake email generator, fake mail, temp mail, disposable email and others.

Many online resources before giving access to their content, leave a comment or download something asked to register by email.

Each time you use your e-mail on the Internet you are exposed to a possible advertising mailings, spam, hacker attacks and other unpleasant events.

Keep your real mailbox clean and secure using TempM email
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2 hours ago by dusko
To Email - Tools for email
Here you will find many useful online applications for working with e-mail. We are actively developing and updating all features of this site, so we will be glad to hear your feedback. If you need an application to email that you did not find on this site, we can also add it for free in the future, only leave a extensive explanation of what you need. We are also looking for new methods fight with spam that come to email and all features of this site are free.
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2 hours ago by dusko
Troubleshooting IMAP Migrations to Office 365 – You Had Me At EHLO…
During my day to day work as a part of support organization, I work with and help troubleshoot mailbox migrations very often. One type of migrations that we see quite often is IMAP migrations. via Pocket
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3 hours ago by evansthompson
Take these email templates and go build a beautiful (monetized, useful, tested, efficient) newsletter » Nieman Journalism Lab
develop NewsletterGuide.org, a collection of questions to ask before building (or rebuilding) a newsletter, including these from Tim Grieve:

Who’s your audience?
How will you serve that audience?
Why do we care about that audience?
No, really, what’s the payoff?
Who will write the newsletter?
Who will do the design/development/production work required, and how will we pay for it?
How will you promote and market the newsletter?
How will you track your progress?
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9 hours ago by paulbradshaw
The Value of a Hacked Email Account — Krebs on Security
One of the most-viewed stories on this site is a blog post+graphic that I put together last year to illustrate the ways that bad guys can monetize hacked computers. But just as folks who don’t bank online or store sensitive data on their PCs often have trouble understanding why someone would want to hack into their systems, many people do not fully realize how much they have invested in their email accounts until those accounts are in the hands of cyber thieves.
This post aims to raise awareness about the street value of a hacked email account, as well as all of the people, personal data, and resources that are put at risk when users neglect to properly safeguard their inboxes.
Sign up with any service online, and it will almost certainly require you to supply an email address. In nearly all cases, the person who is in control of that address can reset the password of any associated services or accounts –merely by requesting a password reset email.
Your email account may be worth far more than you imagine.
How much are these associated accounts worth? There isn’t exactly a central exchange for hacked accounts in the cybercrime underground, but recent price lists posted by several miscreants who traffic in non-financial compromised accounts offer some insights.
One prominent credential seller in the underground peddles iTunes accounts for $8, and Fedex.com, Continental.com and United.com accounts for USD $6. Groupon.com accounts fetch $5, while $4 buys hacked credentials at registrar and hosting provider Godaddy.com, as well as wireless providers Att.com, Sprint.com, Verizonwireless.com, and Tmobile.com. Active accounts at Facebook and Twitter retail for just $2.50 apiece.
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21 hours ago by rgl7194
Largest collection ever of breached data found | Technology | The Guardian
Store of 770m email addresses and passwords discovered after being put on hacking site
The largest collection of breached data in history has been discovered, comprising more than 770m email addresses and passwords posted to a popular hacking forum in mid-December.
The 87GB data dump was discovered by the security researcher Troy Hunt, who runs the Have I Been Pwned breach-notification service. Hunt, who called the upload Collection #1, said it was probably “made up of many different individual data breaches from literally thousands of different sources”, rather than representing a single hack of a very large service.
But the work to piece together previous breaches has resulted in a huge collection. “In total, there are 1,160,253,228 unique combinations of email addresses and passwords,” Hunt wrote, and “21,222,975 unique passwords”.
While most of the email addresses have appeared in previous breaches shared among hackers, such as the 360m MySpace accounts hacked in 2008 or the 164m LinkedIn accounts hacked in 2016, the researcher said “there’s somewhere in the order of 140m email addresses in this breach that HIBP has never seen before”. Those email addresses could come from one large unreported data breach, many smaller ones, or a combination of both.
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21 hours ago by rgl7194
An Astonishing 773 Million Records Exposed in Monster Breach | WIRED
THERE ARE BREACHES, and there are megabreaches, and there’s Equifax. But a newly revealed trove of leaked data tops them all for sheer volume: 772,904,991 unique email addresses, over 21 million unique passwords, all recently posted to a hacking forum.
The data set was first reported by security researcher Troy Hunt, who maintains Have I Been Pwned, a way to search whether your own email or password has been compromised by a breach at any point. (Trick question: It has.) The so-called Collection #1 is the largest breach in Hunt's menagerie, and it’s not particularly close.
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21 hours ago by rgl7194

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