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Searching encrypted data is now possible with Tutanota's innovative feature
Since the start of our fully encrypted mailbox searching encrypted data has been one of the biggest challenges. We are very happy to announce that we as the first encrypted email application worldwide have developed secure full-text search for encrypted data. This feature enables everyone to easily and securely search encrypted emails and encrypted contacts locally on their clients.
Millions of People Are Taking an Interest in Cryptography
Cryptography used to be the exclusive concern of techies, geeks, and the CIA. Today, however, it seems that everybody wants to be a crypto-expert. And the recent surge in BitCoin has further accelerated people’s interest in cryptography. Sam Bocetta shares details on why cryptography matters and how it works.
Happy Birthday Tutanota: Here's to 6 Years of Secure Mail!
Six years ago we have started to create the most secure email service. Today we are not only happy that we ventured on this journey, but we are proud of what we have achieved! With tremendous support from our community we have built a fully encrypted email client that is fast, beautiful and available in over 30 languages. So, today we are celebrating our success, and tomorrow we'll keep on developing!
Bug Fix Release for Downloading Attachments
Today we have released the bug fix release 2.15.1 for our standard mail client. We have fixed an issue with downloading attachments in the Internet Explorer 11. Mobile apps are not affected so the release is only for the web client.
How to Get Started with Tor
Tor is an online anonymity network that anyone with an internet connection can use. It's been around a long time and is often used by people who need to stay anonymous such as political activists and whistleblowers. Comparitech's editor and privacy advocate Paul Bischoff gives insights on the world's most famous anonymity software. Read on to find out more about what Tor is and how to use it.
Release Notes 2.24.11: New Tutanota Beta Client Now With Contact Import
We are excited to let you know that we have updated our new beta client. Two weeks ago we have released this new mail client to all our users, and your feedback was simply amazing! We thank you for that and, of course, also for your bug reports. Thanks to your feedback we have fixed lots of bugs as well as added new features. Your secure mail client now supports contact import, multi-select in contact list and printing of emails.
27 Years Ago Stasi Surveillance Ended. Now Mass Surveillance Online Must Stop.
On October 3rd 1990 German re-unification enabled millions of people in the former German Democratic Republic to make use of freedom of speech and their right to privacy. 27 years later, in celebration of this great victory against state surveillance, we at Tutanota are releasing a completely rebuild encrypted mail client that enables millions of people around the world to exchange their thoughts and ideas freely and privately online.
Tutanota Is Light & Snappy: Meet Mike Finch, the Designer of the New Mail Client
Mike Finch is an experienced designer with a passion for privacy and security. His aim is to make privacy-first services easy-to-use and accessible to every web user. One year ago, Mike has offered to redesign our secure mail client and we couldn't be happier with the result! In this interview Mike explains why he supports privacy-focused projects such as Tutanota and why it is more important than ever to spread privacy.
Meet the secure mail client of the future: We invite you all to join Tutanota's public beta.
On October 3rd 1990 German re-unification enabled millions of people in the former German Democratic Republic to make use of freedom of speech and their right to privacy. 27 years later, in celebration of this great victory against state surveillance, we are releasing our brand-new encrypted mail client of Tutanota! We invite everybody to join this exciting journey of making encrypted emails not only easy and secure, but also enjoyable.
Internet Privacy: How to Keep Your Internet History Private
The eyes of internet users around the world have been focused on the United States as internet privacy and net neutrality protections are being taken down. Even if you don’t live in the States, it’s likely that some portion of your internet traffic flows through American pipes. Beyond that, what happens in US regulation - especially online and in the tech industry - becomes mirrored in other countries.