Tutanota is now Tuta. Read more
Read our blog to learn why privacy matters. And don't forget to get an encrypted mailbox yourself!
GET ENCRYPTED EMAIL
Tutanota update: Your encrypted mailbox now shows unread emails per folder.
We are happy to let you know that we have updated Tutanota: Your encrypted mailbox now comes with unread email counters per folder, you can use Tutanota in many more languages such as Arabic, Latvian, and Persian, and you can now check the version of Tutanota that you are using under Settings. Read the full post to see what features we have added and what is to come next.
Data Privacy Day: Why privacy matters and why it is time to fight for it.
On international Data Privacy Day, it is time to realize why privacy matters: The freedoms and values that we enjoy in democratic societies are under threat. Mass surveillance and political tendencies towards autocracy increasingly undermine the foundation of democracy: freedom of speech and the right to privacy. Let’s understand why privacy matters and how everyone of us can change our societies for the better by fighting for our right to privacy.
We are very happy to welcome Nils to the Tutanota Team.
Please welcome with us our new team member: Nils. Nils has already joined Tutanota back in September 2018 for an internship during which he started building the Tutanota desktop clients. After adding such a great improvement to Tutanota, everyone wanted Nils to stay. So now we are all very happy to announce that Nils has officially become our eighth team member!
Job opportunity: Join Tutanota to make it quantum-resistant.
Tutanota and the Leibniz University Hanover have joined forces to start a research project in post-quantum cryptography. The aim of this project is to make the encrypted email service Tutanota resistant against attacks from quantum computers. Now, Tutanota is looking for two software engineers to join their team based in Hanover, Germany.
Security Comparison: Why it's time to use Tutanota instead of GMX.
Email accounts are the gate to your online identity. Linked to several other services - e.g. Amazon, Facebook, Twitter - that offer password resets via email, your mailbox must be secured to the maximum. Should a malicious attacker gain access to your email account, they can take over all other online services that are linked to this email address. When choosing an email service, its security must be considered. This comparison will help you decide between two very different German email services: GMX and Tutanota.
Secure desktop clients for Linux, Windows and Mac OS (Beta).
Today we are very happy to announce that we have a special Christmas present for all Tutanota users. We have just published the first beta version of our new secure desktop clients for Linux, Mac OS and Windows. We invite you to test our beta desktop client right now, and let us know how we can improve them further.
The Future of Emails Is Private with Tutanota's New Email Client: Fast, Secure, Beautiful.
Today we are pushing our new secure email client out of beta. With amazing speed and design, new features such as full-text search on encrypted data, secure password reset, two-factor authentication, a dark theme, auto-sync and lots of usability improvements, our completely rebuilt email client makes the transitioning from privacy-invading email services to Tutanota - the secure email service with encryption by default - as easy as can be. Join the millions of Tutanota users to make sure that your emails are no longer as public as postcards, but instead as secure as sealed letters.
Encrypted email service Tutanota now supports a secure password reset.
We are happy to let you know that we have updated our email client and added a secure password reset feature. This feature enables you to reset your Tutanota login credentials in case you lose your password or your second factor. Learn here how to make use of Tutanota's reset feature to make sure that you never lose access to your secure Tutanota account.
Denmark Makes Email Encryption Compulsory for Businesses.
Widely unnoticed, Denmark is the first country to require businesses to encrypt emails containing sensitive personal information end-to-end, starting January 1, 2019. This rule is a strict interpretation of Article 9 of the European GDPR. It is the first time a country has made email encryption mandatory — but it is expected that more countries will follow the Danish example. This comes as yet another indicator that the protection of sensitive personal data must be prioritized by any company doing business in Europe.
Tutanota Joins LOT Network to Defend the Free and Open Internet.
We are happy to announce that Tutanota has joined LOT Network, a global non-profit community of companies committed to protecting themselves against patent trolls. We believe that patents, or patent troll law suits, must never be used to stifle innovation. By joining the LOT Network and by working together, all members can cut down on patent litigation, enabling us to focus on what we do best: building great products.