Using Gmail confidential mode is neither secure nor private. As long as Google can read your emails, its privacy promises will always be disingenuous. Here’s why Gmail’s confidential mode isn’t actually confidential:

ProtonMail also encrypts messages at rest, which prevents us from being able to decrypt your inbox. This provides both better privacy and security as your unencrypted messages can't be shared with third parties nor stolen from us:

While trying to convince us all that they take user seriously, Google is prohibiting ad blockers in Chrome. Trackers will be able to follow your activity across the Internet - and Google will be able to continue collecting its ad-based revenue.

ProtonMail v3.16 adds elliptic curve cryptography, undo move, and a new anti-phishing feature. Learn more:

We’re proud to support Disappear - Documentary sequel to Nothing to Hide, featuring Matt Mitchell. He’s the founder of Crypto Harlem, Director of Digital Safety & Privacy for Tactical Tech Berlin (@info_activism ), and a ProtonMail user! Find out more about the documentary and how to support the crowdfunding campaign here:

Recently sites have appeared which claim to provide ProtonMail coupons or provide our customer support number. Be wary as these sites may be malicious. ProtonMail does not provide publicly available phone numbers or coupons.

You can now unlock the ProtonMail app with your fingerprint! See what other improvements are in the latest version here:

As part our commitment to open source, today we are announcing the release of GopenPGP, an open source golang encryption library. This library powers all our apps and has been audited for security by @sec_consult.

If you’re still using Internet Explorer, now is a great time to make the switch. Along with our Version 4.0 update, ProtonMail will no longer support that iconic browser of your youth.

Journalists must be free to do their jobs without fear of surveillance, harassment, or harm. We’re committed to giving them the tools to protect themselves and their sources. Learn more:

The phishing statistics are clear: malicious emails are the biggest threat to businesses. Find out which industries are most at risk:

Is email going away? Will quantum computing break encryption?

Listen to ProtonMail Founder Dr. Andy Yen discuss these topics and more on the Ask Noah Show:

We’re launching support for elliptic curve cryptography (ECC). Now your encrypted mailbox can benefit from faster and more advanced encryption. Learn the benefits of this new encryption method and how to upgrade your email addresses.

@GDPReurope was featured on @ProductHunt today. We created to help businesses comply with data privacy laws. If you support this initiative, you can upvote it here:

The Privacy for All Act is an important step toward better online privacy in America. We’ve joined 23 other tech companies to endorse it.

Hackers stole a Microsoft employee's credentials and accessed the body of users' emails, reports @motherboard. This particular attack is impossible with ProtonMail as we can't read user emails. Learn about zero-access encryption:

“How Tech Companies Say They Care” examines how companies appropriated “privacy” for marketing while their business models are based on surveillance capitalism. True comes from services that do not collect your personal data @privacyproject

Data security pop quiz! Three of the emails in this photo are phishing attacks. Can you find the legitimate one? (You can learn more about common cyber attack methods on our blog: …) Vote 👇

Switzerland and the State of Geneva have played an important role in supporting the growth of ProtonMail and @protonvpn. We are happy to share our story with members of the Directorate General for Economic Development and the Swiss startup community.

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