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We at Tutanota Would Never Accept a Directive Like the One Presented to Yahoo.
It is still unbelievable to us that Yahoo gave access to all their email accounts to US authorities. This recent publication of years and years of online surveillance shows again how easy it is to monitor everybody - when the data is not being encrypted. This is why Tutanota encrypts all mailboxes by default.
Release Notes 2.12: Take over your Tutanota mail address
Our new release contains a couple of bug fixes as well as the possibility to take over you Tutanota email from your deleted account and re-use it in your Premium account. Just enter your Premium account email address when deleting your old account.
Do People Really Want to Be Monitored? Swiss Vote for More Surveillance.
Last Sunday Swiss people voted in favour of a surveillance law which will enable Swiss intelligence agencies to tap phones and snoop on email. 65,5% of the Swiss voted in favour of it. This is the first direct vote in favour of more surveillance in Europe. Does that mean the majority of us wants to be monitored?
Release Notes 2.11: Get More Storage and Aliases for Your Encrypted Mailbox
Today we are very happy to present an updated version of Tutanota that brings lots of improvements: As many of you requested, you can now get additional storage and additional aliases. If you are using Tutanota with your custom domain, you can now use catch-all.
Secure Mailbox Tutanota Fixed 'Target Blank' Vulnerability
Last week we were notified by Kevin Froman that your secure mailbox was not safe from the "Target Blank" vulnerability. We fixed this severe vulnerability immediately so that it cannot be exploited.
Release Notes 2.9.7: Bug fix in web application
Today we have released a bug fix for the Tutanota web application.
Celebrating One Year of Tutanota Premium - Thank You for Your Support!
This week we are celebrating our first Premium release one year ago. The low price for Premium of only 1 Euro per month immediately led to thousands of users upgrading, simply because they wanted to support our privacy-focused email service.
Release Notes: Preparations for Key Length Update
We at Tutanota want to provide you with the most secure email service possible. That's why we have invested a lot of time and effort into updating our encryption algorithms. In the future we will also be looking into ways to make your encrypted mailbox resistant to attacks from quantum computers. Please excuse if we have a short downtime during the release.
Democracies Have Developed Into Surveillance States - Now This Power Could Fall Into the Hands of Extremists
Democracies have created powerful surveillance structures, similar to the ones already being used by current despots. Out of fear from terrorists democratically elected governments around the world have limited everybody's basic rights as citizens. Future authoritarian politicians will use this power against their own enemies: journalists, the opposition, human rights activists, and many, many more.
While Surveillance around the World Is Constantly Growing, Germany Celebrates a Victory for Privacy
Surveillance around the world increases, recently fueled by terrorist attacks in France and Belgium. Sadly, the German government is no exception with Merkel saying 'when in doubt we favor security'. However, the German Constitutional Court has proven again that it is an important defender of our right to privacy.