Why I Am Switching To Secure ProtonMail From Insecure Google Gmail https://www.forbes.com/sites/tjmccue/2018/10/31/why-i-am-switching-to-secure-protonmail-from-insecure-google-gmail/. #protonmail
@danhampl I read the whole article and I cannot find a single sentence in it explaining why GMail is insecure according to him (which is the title of the article)...? If you give your ProtonMail password to someone else, is ProtonMail also insecure?
@fuxoft this is, of course, absolutely true, I agree. There are users using third-party email clients where the password is required (desktop/mobile: Thunderbird, Outlook, AppleMail, Spark, AirMail). This can not be done by ProtonMail without Bridge. To maintain the security of ProtonMail, then, either official applications, Bridge or Web access (always encrypted). However, if someone gives their access information to someone else, the whole security is gone, without discussion (he is stupid).
@fuxoft and we're talking about encrypted communications here. If the ProtonMail user sends an e-mail to a non-encrypted service, the advantage of encryption is also gone.
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