> If you are using username/password POP3 logins, you have very weak security
> in any case as anyone logging in from a remote provider may be eavesdropped
> on that remote provider compromising the password.
Well. As long as the Password is not your login password it is not that
critical. If a hacker can't guess your password, he can still sniff all of
your mails. (Thats exactly the thing he would dowith your sniffed password).
I still wonder why netscape has invited ssl-news but no ssl-pop... IMHO this
is completely ..umm.. doubtfull :)
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