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i downloaded the community Edition of Nexpose, and it asks me to register, but im a student and dont have a "work" email address, the university one is taken offline as we are on a winter break., so how do i register, as it will not take any free mail site. :(

http://www.rapid7.com/vulnerability-scanner-inp.jsp

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If it wont allow gmail then either use your ISP or register a domain.

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Or create a dyndns account and set up a mail server at home, its free and that is if dyndns is allowed.

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gmail doesnt work, dont have an isp account and dont want to register a domain,

the dyn dns sounds good will try that

The only mail account that I have opened at the moment is with Gmail and my ISP. Even thought I don't entirely trust them.

I run a my own mail server at home, so that way I am the only person who can manage and read my emails and no one else.

From this perspective I know its a lot safe, cause I know there won't be someone on the other end trying to snoop into my emails.

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i downloaded the community Edition of Nexpose, and it asks me to register, but im a student and dont have a "work" email address, the university one is taken offline as we are on a winter break., so how do i register, as it will not take any free mail site. :(

http://www.rapid7.com/vulnerability-scanner-inp.jsp

Have you contacted them directly about this? Their sales staff is very "aggressive," but I imagine if you talk to them they can get you set up.

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well forgive me for not replying sooner, i'm feeling a little "under the weather".... well no i have not contacted them, but i did go thorough their mailing list, and realized i was not the only one with such a problem. and they keep insisting on getting a non-free email account

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Here is a list of top 17 Free Email Services. You could create a dummy account and test out which ones are allowed.

http://email.about.com/od/freeemailreviews/tp/free_email.htm

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