As the crypto-wars continue, we have to keep fighting against encryption backdoors. That's why Tutanota's entire client code is open source: https://tutanota.com/blog/posts/why-a-backdoor-is-a-security-risk/
And still you traited your so calls principles...
Implementing backdoors for German intelligence agencies
@cpt @geeess There are no backdoors in Tutanota. To prove that the entire client code is open source: https://tutanota.com/blog/posts/open-source-email/
Yeah, that's like being at the doctor's being told " Here are your lab results. Go, find out yourself"
@cpt @Tutanota Being open source allows independant security researchers to identify backdoors and flaws quite quickly. Any backdoor would have already made the news. Tutanota also has a Warrant Canary (https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2014/04/warrant-canary-faq) and publishes a Transparency Report (https://tutanota.com/blog/posts/transparency-report). Tutanota was also subject to an extensive penetration test in 2013 (https://tutanota.com/faq#certification). If there were any backdoors, they would have been uncovered during the test. Keep it up, #Tutanota! 👍 😁
I don't give a damn about the code. Tutanota is willing to give German givernments insights into user mails and data. This is a backdoor, even if not implemented ibto the code. And still no comment from Tutanota. I'm done.
@cpt Tutanota did reply to your doubts: https://social.privacytools.io/@cpt/103174218729421176. Please check your sources before assuming anything. Could please explain as to why you think Tutanota has backdoors?
@Tutanota Ooops, and suddenly all these countries work together? How about climate change???
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