Introducing ProtonMail headquartered in Switzerland with servers placed under a thousand feet of rock. Sounds like something out of a Superman Movie.
Who in their right mind wouldn’t want their email server a thousand feet under mountainous rock? Ha ha.
Well anyway, the fact is it’s a secure email based in Switzerland offering secure communications with technology that encrypts your email.
You can sign up on three levels, the first one is free in the second and third have a small charge.
Some important aspects of the email include Swiss Privacy with data security and neutrality. Because it’s based in Switzerland, all your data is protected by Swiss laws so in order for company or government to take a look at your information they have to go through the Geneva court.
In addition, ProtonMail offers encryption with keys placed on either end at clients computers so the ProtonMail server only sees a scrambled version of your email. Nobody at ProtonMail can actually read your information when it is encrypted.
Also ProtonMail offers anonymous email so you don’t have to give your name if you don’t want to. The software is open source, free and secure.
You can use their software program without having to install any software on your computer because it’s web-based With the modern and attractive design.
Articles have been written about them in the Wall Street Journal, Boston Herald Huffington Post, New York Times the Guardian Forbes and Fox News.
They have a story that begin CERN developed by scientists and engineers and developers working to protect civil liberties online.
ProtonMail was founded in 2013 by the scientists who were drawn together by a shared vision of a more secure and private Internet since then proton mail is evolved into a global effort to protect civil liberties and build a more secure Internet, with team members also hailing from Caltech, Harvard and many other research institutions.
ProtonMail is a wonderful product, I’ve been using it for about a week now and I am very satisfied with the product. I support any and all technology that allows us digital freedom.
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