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Is ProtonMail really secure?
ProtonMail purports to be so secure that no one but you can access your email. They even make it explicit that ProtonMail couldn’t read your messages if it wanted to. The company says that since all of the data is stored outside the realm of “intrusive” U.S. laws, only encrypted messages could be handed over.
What free email is the most secure?
Here are our top 10 secure email providers that you can use for messaging and communicating:
- ProtonMail. ProtonMail is the top-most rated secure email provider right now.
- CounterMail. Countermail is all about user security.
- Kolab Now.
What is the most secure email?
Tutanota (Web, Android, iOS)
With over two million users, Tutanota is one of the most popular and regularly recommended secure email services. It uses end-to-end encryption, two-factor authentication, and has an A+ SSL certificate.
Is free ProtonMail encrypted?
Replies from non-ProtonMail users to ProtonMail “Encrypt for Outside” emails. All messages in your ProtonMail inbox is stored end-to-end encrypted. Messages sent “Encrypted for Outside” are also stored end-to-end encrypted. Subject lines and recipient/sender email addresses are encrypted, but not end-to-end encrypted.