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Consequence of censorship: Russians represent one of the largest group of Tor users.
In Russia lots of websites are blocked by the government to stop people from accessing information freely on the web. However, people are bypassing this block by using Tor. More and more websites are offering Tor onion sites for easy and safe access. Check out this list.
Tutanota now also supports U2F on desktop clients!
We are happy to announce that U2F support (hardware keys) has just been added to the Tutanota desktop clients for Linux, Windows and Mac OS. Now you can use the most secure option to secure your login credentials also on our open source desktop clients!
The Russian invasion in Ukraine is an attack on a free, democratic country and a humanitarian disaster. We stand with the people in Ukraine and are donating 25% of revenue from new Tutanota subscriptions in February and March to humanitarian aid in Ukraine.
Privacy matters! Welcome to the era of privacy.
Privacy has become one of the major buzz words on the internet in recent years. While Big Tech tries to jump on the bandwagon as well by making nicely worded promises, it is new online services that quickly gain traction. And the reason for this is very simple: They do privacy right.
Goodbye Google. Hello Privacy! Alternative for G Suite legacy users.
Google announced that users of the G Suite "legacy free edition" need "to upgrade to a paid Google Workspace subscription" by July 1, 2022 in order to keep using Gmail with their own domain. But since Google launched Gmail, privacy has become a basic requirement. So many users say: Before paying Google, let's look for a better alternative! Tutanota is fully encrypted, puts your privacy first, and hosts your custom domain emails for only €1 per month.
Johnson's PR campaign uses 'child protection' to sway public opinion against importance of privacy.
"But think of the children!" This is the rallying cry used by politicians as the main argument when they push for weakening or banning encryption. Now Johnson’s government is striking the same chord with its PR campaign against encryption. The aim is to swing the public opinion against encryption and to stifle any meaningful discussion about the issue.
What is end-to-end encryption and why it matters.
When communicating online, your data travels the web making it easy for all kinds of eavesdroppers - whether it being state agencies, malicious attackers, or just nosy people - to see your chat and email messages. End-to-end encryption puts a stop to that. When you use end-to-end encrypted communication tools, no one but the intended recipient can see and read your messages. But why does that matter?
How we fought an anti encryption law in Belgium - and won!
Oftentimes when governments announce plans to weaken citizens' privacy rights for the sake of 'security', the public outcry is loud and clear: If you weaken security in online services to catch criminals, you weaken the security online for all citizens. However, oftentimes this warning is ignored by governments. But this is not the story we want to share with you today; this one is a different story.
Say 'Merry Christmas' with Tutanota gift cards!
The holiday season is starting and we have the perfect gift idea for you: Tutanota! You can easily give privacy by purchasing Tutanota gift cards for your family and friends. Claim up to 10 gift cards now and make this New Year's Resolution all about increasing your friend's and families' privacy.
MI6 chief warns that quantum computing leads to increased security threats.
MI6 chief Moore warned in a public speech that the digital attack surface that criminals, terrorists and hostile states seek to exploit against us is growing exponentially due to technology advances in AI and quantum computing. We can fully relate to that because the internet as we know it depends on encryption: confidential communication, financial transactions, critical infrastructure - all of these are at risk if encryption can be broken. We at Tutanota have taken on the challenge to implement quantum-proof encryption before quantum computers become a reality!