Most email services—like Google, Outlook and Yahoo—use TLS for the secure transmission of email from the user to their servers. Additionally, you can rely on Mailvelope, a browser extension for complete end-to-end encryption from sender to receiver. But if you still need an email service that’s built ground-up with security and privacy in mind, read on… ProtonMail | protonmail.comProtonMail—the brainchild of scientists and researchers from CERN, MIT and Harvard—implements AES, RSA and OpenPGP encryption algorithms, along with open-source cryptographic libraries for total security of your emails during transit and while in storage. When you use this service, your messages and attachments are encrypted before they leave your machine, and can only be decrypted by the intended recipient. Emails sent between two ProtonMail users is encrypted automatically, and you would need to create a password when you send a message to any other email service. This password would have to be conveyed separately to the recipient in order for them to decrypt the message. Additionally, you get the option to set an expiry date for your email after which it would cease to be available. To ensure transparency, ProtonMail’s code has been vetted by experts from around the world to ensure… Read full this story
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