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Encrypted Mail Is on the Rise in Germany
This week the German company Vodafone started an encrypted email service for businesses called 'Secure Email'. We welcome their contribution in making our communication as a whole more secure. It is always good to have competition so that we work even harder in making Tutanota the easiest and most secure email service available to everybody!
Get the Tutanota App for Firefox OS
We are thrilled that the first version of the Tutanota app has been released for Firefox OS this week. As the Mozilla Foundation and Tutanota share the same goal of making the Web open, accessible and secure, this is the perfect place for our app.
Birthday Celebration: Our Company Turns Four!
Four years ago we have started our open source project as entrepreneurs at Leibniz University Hanover. Even back then - two years before the Snowden revelations - we were appalled by the common use of surveillance techniques to which email was and is very exposed. We wanted to build the easiest and most secure email service to stop the snooping on all citizens.
Release Notes 2.5 - Spam Blacklist and Whitelist
We are happy to release Tutanota 2.5 today. With this release we greatly improve spam management. Now each admin can create and manage black- and whitelists for all users.
Possible Short Downtime Due to Server Maintenance Tuesday Night
Tuesday (24-11-15) night - starting at 10 pm CET - there is a planned maintenance of our servers. This might lead to short downtimes of Tutanota until Wednesday (25-11-15) morning 6 am CET.
Politicians, stop the push for more surveillance. Snooping on everyone won’t protect us.
After the tragic terrorist attacks in Paris, politicians around the world are - again - pushing for more surveillance laws. In doing so they neglect a simple truth: Mass surveillance does not increase security.
Let's Stop the Swiss Surveillance Law BÜPF
Switzerland plans to revise their data retention law BÜPF so that all communication data (post, email, phone, text messages, ip addresses) can be stored for 12 months. The opponents of this law even say that it would allow the monitoring of mobile phones and the installation of trojans on computers, tablets and mobile phones.
Release Notes 2.4.0: Bug fixes again
We are happy to release Tutanota 2.4.0. Again some bug fixes.
Release Notes 2.3.1: Bug fixes
We are happy to release Tutanota 2.3.1. This release just contains a couple of bug fixes.
Tutanota is powered by WebStorm
We are building Tutanota with WebStorm, an excellent tool for developing web projects. This blog post is for all those guys that are interested in web and software development.