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NSO's Pegasus Scandal: Zero-Day, Zero-Clicks, Zero-Privacy?
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it's another piece of surveillance software. This week we have been exposed to the Pegasus scandal. Pegasus is a piece of malware, publicly advertised and sold by the NSO Group that can infect mobile devices with little to no action required by the phone owner. The extensive eavesdropping made possible by Pegasus violates multiple laws. Thus, selling such tool must be banned - just like the trade in nuclear weapons is banned.
Tutanota email reviews - updated.
The secure email service Tutanota was the first encrypted email service, launched in March 2014. With its built-in encryption, Tutanota automatically secures the entire mailbox, address book, and now also a calendar. Tutanota is being praised by journalists and users alike for its innoative secure approach. Here's a collection of reviews focusing on Tutanota. Read on to decide whether it is time to make a fresh start with a Tutanota email address!
2021-07-20 / First published: 2016-02-15
AN0M & Operation Trojan Shield is proof that a ban on encryption is not needed to catch criminals. Instead we need open source encryption for mainstream services!
In the early morning hours of June 8th, 2021 search warrants were executed around the globe and the users of custom devices with the encrypted messaging application AN0M were arrested on a wide variety of criminal charges. The application was developed by FBI, "secure" devices were distributed, and global law enforcement agencies got to work processing the remarkable amounts of data they were being freely given. This case shows why people interested in protecting their privacy must only trust open source applications.
Why do journalists need Secure Connect? Five Testimonials.
Secure email service Tutanota has recently published Secure Connect, an open source encrypted contact form, that lets anyone get in touch with you securely encrypted - directly on your website. For the first time, any website can easily offer an encrypted communication channel to all their website visitors.
2019-06-25 / Updated 2021-07-09
Results of the Tutanota poll
Earlier this year, we have asked what you think about Tutanota, and thousands of you took part in our questionnaire. We would like to thank you for your honest and open feedback. Here are the most important results and insights into how your answers will influence our development!
2021-07-05 / First published: 2020-04-07
Tutanota published post-quantum secure encryption approach.
Our approach to add post-quantum secure encryption to Tutanota has now been published. After having completed a working prototype, this is another milestone for the PQmail project! Now we are excited to hear feedback on our approach and to implement the new encryption protocol into Tutanota.
Who is being monitored?
To protect the children! This is what politicians often state as the main argument when they push for weakening or banning encryption. So let's find out what current surveillance methods, namely the monitoring of telecommunications, is being used for in Germany.
How to create & remember a strong password.
Everyday we navigate through an internet filled with terrible passwords. This reality is less than ideal. What steps can you take to strengthen your account security without resorting to scribbling down your login data on a sticky note? Here is everything you need to know about how bad passwords are broken and what you can do to protect your accounts and personal information. By following these steps you can create strong passwords and remember them easily!
Updated browser support policy benefits users and developers alike.
Tutanota's updated browser policy limits any supported browser to the two latest versions. This post explains why limiting browsers increases your security and what browsers Tutanota officially supports.
Thank you, Meike, for six great years!
Six years ago, Meike joined our support team and has done an amazing job. Now she is moving on to new challenges. We would like to take a moment to thank Meike for her dedication in giving the best support possible to lots and lots of Tutanota users during the last years and wish her all the best for the future!