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Security measures to look out for in a secure email service.
Secure email accounts are becoming more and more popular. This is mirrored by the increasing number of reviews and comparisons about secure services. But what are the security measures that you must look out for? What does it take for an email provider to qualify as secure?
How (not) to track product usage.
Unless they have specifically signed up for a behavioural profiling study, a user may not realise just how much profiling information is being gathered from the way they use a product. Tarquin Wilton-Jones, Security Expert at Vivaldi, explains how listening to users benefits product development much more than tracking users.
What should I do if registering with a Tutanota email address at an online service fails?
Most websites and online services let you register with your chosen Tutanota email address just fine. Unfortunately, we have received reports by users that some websites block Tutanota email addresses for new registrations. Nevertheless, there are several options to resolve this situation.
The Superhuman scandal proves one thing: The fight for privacy continues.
This summer a new email app called Superhuman saw quite the scandal: It puts a tracking pixel into every email their users are sending, enabling everyone to track their private and business contacts. Something we are used to only from marketing emails and newsletters, suddenly became a commonplace in everyday email. This erosion of privacy must not continue. Instead, we have to ask for a better way, an ethical way.
Release Notes 3.60.11: New dark theme
We are happy to let you know that we have updated Tutanota. Besides lots of minor improvements and fixes, Tutanota now comes with an even more beautiful dark theme than the one we had before.
Data Breach Report: 2019 data breaches.
Everyone is talking about how important cybersecurity is. Yet, data breaches continue to rise. The amount of data that has been breached since the beginning of the internet to date is enormous. To make people understand how valuable their data is, this summary of data breaches in the second half of 2019 focuses on breaches that affected more than one million people. Check back regularly as we keep this list up-to-date.
64% polled say no to encryption backdoors.
As people lose trust in mainstream tech giants, they seem to be increasingly looking for secure solutions that respect the privacy and confidentiality of their data online. This is what a YouGov survey, commissioned by cloud encryption company Tresorit, recently revealed. We spoke with Istvan Lam, CEO of Tresorit, to contemplate the results.
Tutanota activates compression to give you more free storage
We are happy to let you know that we are now compressing all not end-to-end encrypted emails in your mailbox. These compressed emails use 5 to 10 times less storage capacity, giving you a virtual free storage of up to 10 GB for your secure emails!
We are very happy to welcome Vitor to the Tutanota Team.
We are excited that Vitor has joined our team. Vitor is a highly qualified software engineer with a strong passion for privacy and security - a perfect match for our team. It is a great success for Tutanota and for our entire team that we can continuously hire more developers and speed up the development of your secure email service.
Facebook & Google: New defenders of privacy?
Google and Facebook are the two major advertising companies online. Their success is based on a vast data collection from billions of users. However, as privacy concerns around the world are rising, the two tech giants try to become more privacy-friendly. Let's take a look!