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Tutanota provides a free encrypted mailbox

Security conscious PC and laptop owners will probably already have antivirus programs and encrypted files. However, email is an aspect of daily computing which is very vulnerable. While big email companies have amazingly tough security, a thief only needs to find out your password to get in. This is why programs like Tutanota provide encrypted mailboxes, free to use, to ensure you have complete privacy. View full description

PROS

  • Automatically encrypt mail on both sides
  • Simple direct interface on several platforms

CONS

  • Still new and prone to a few bugs
  • There are limitations if you don’t pay

Security conscious PC and laptop owners will probably already have antivirus programs and encrypted files. However, email is an aspect of daily computing which is very vulnerable. While big email companies have amazingly tough security, a thief only needs to find out your password to get in. This is why programs like Tutanota provide encrypted mailboxes, free to use, to ensure you have complete privacy.

Keep your mail out of snoopers’ hands

Tutanota can encrypt both your mail on the server and your computer, so that it’s safe wherever it appears. Even mail going to other recipients who are not using Totanota is encrypted. Using SSL and DANE standards, this software makes your mail, contacts, attachments and even the subject line impossible for anyone else to read. This software is open source and dedicated to being free for all users, forever. There are constant updates to the platform and no sneaky corporate intervention. Better yet, the program is multiplatform so you get the same security on mobiles. The software is very easy to use, designed to look and feel much like existing mail programs.

Lock down emails for free

Tutanota is a brilliant tool for anyone sending or receiving sensitive emails. For businesses, this can prevent espionage, for individuals this can ensure that privacy is respected. However, you will need to pay for more than one user or extra storage.

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