Swiss secure messaging provider Proton Technologies AG was forced to defend itself after providing authorities with the Internet address of a French climate activist, despite a policy of no IP address registration. ProtonMail, founded in 2014, is one of the leading online messaging services focused on privacy and promotes itselfRead More →

Popular webmail services such as Roundcube, SquirrelMail, and Horde allow you to access and use the personalized @ yourdomain.com email address connected to your website. To avoid missing priority emails, you can set up email forwarders to send a copy of each incoming email to a predefined email address, orRead More →

Mailfence announcement a partnership with Thunderbird on the company’s blog just a few days ago. Mailfence is a secure and private email provider headquartered in Belgium and promises an untracked email service that preserves confidentiality and is protected by Belgian privacy laws. From a security perspective, Mailfence supports encryption (OpenPGP)Read More →

German e2e encrypted email provider Tutanota was ordered by a regional court to develop a function allowing it to follow an individual account. The encrypted messaging service provider has fought a number of such orders in its home country. The decision, which was reported in the German press at theRead More →

Image: Nikola Johnny Mirkovic A special function Cyber ​​warfare and the future of cybersecurity Today’s security threats have increased in scope and severity. Millions, if not billions, of dollars can now be at risk when information security is not managed properly. Read more State-sponsored hackers used a zero-day vulnerability toRead More →

Declan McCullagh/CBS Microsoft has pulled back the curtain on its implementation of stricter encryption standards for webmail and some cloud services, the company announced on Tuesday. Under construction for more than six monthsMicrosoft has now enabled Transport Layer Security Encryption (TLS) for its webmail services on Outlook.com, Hotmail.com, Live.com andRead More →

2012 is certainly a busy year for Microsoft. Compared to innovative competitors like Apple and Google, Microsoft appears to most young consumers as a geriatric company, a company that makes clunky, yet reliable software. The Fortune 500 company tried to tackle that image this year by releasing the sleekest WindowsRead More →