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comment BEAST (Browser Exploit Against SSL/TLS) Vulnerability on Port 25 for Postfix
yes, I am going with eliminating postfix for inbound mails. If I would need a mail server then I will use another EC2 instance for that. Thanks, it helped a lot :)
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comment BEAST (Browser Exploit Against SSL/TLS) Vulnerability on Port 25 for Postfix
Thanks for your elaborated explanation. The deal is that I am using EC2 instance and using postfix to relay emails to google apps account. I am not storing customer information on my server, however hosting SSL forms which post sensitive data to authorize.net servers. What are my possible options?
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