How Does Cliti Work?
The first thing that we had to do was to configure our e-mail accounts and settings. With the help of the Internet, setting up a new e-mail account and sending a SASE to Cliti was a piece of cake. All we needed to do was to enter the IP address of our server in the appropriate field and sent it by the way of e-mail. We could also send SASE to other locations by entering their IP addresses in the corresponding fields. Once done, we just had to wait for the e-mails to be delivered by Cliti’s server.
But the problem was, that by merely sending SASE to Cliti, it doesn’t mean we have given them our e-mail address in the first place. Since we didn’t actually give them our private details when we set up our accounts, what we actually did was to make a security mistake. As a result, we were not able to retrieve any of our old personal data. So, even though we have sent SASE, we cannot really do anything with it anymore. This is a big problem since it means that we need to get a new email account.
So now that we have an IP address and the privacy issue, let us move on to the technical information. Since our e-mail service provider has changed the way of doing things, it means that the way in which we are protected from having our personal data sold to others is no longer applicable. If we have registered ourselves with a free e-mail service, we can still ask our IP address through an anonymous proxy service to send us a SASE. If this doesn’t work, we can always go for the paid ones. But what happens if our IP address is registered with a site that simply does not have an account with any of the email services?