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The Credo That We Need More and More Surveillance to Fight Terror Is Wrong. Here Is Why.
The Islamic terror has reached Europe, and the only weapon we have against it is an ever increasing surveillance of the general public. At least that’s what Politicians want us to believe. But it is wrong.
Release Notes: Fixed Security Bug in Android App
In case you are already using Android 6 with cloud backups switched on and stored your Tutanota password in the app, please update the Tutanota app immediately to version 2.9.6; then change your password.
Encryption for the World - Made in Hanover
Tutanota and Qabel share one goal: Every piece of data has to be encrypted. By developing software that automatically encrypts all data end-to-end, we want to achieve that encryption becomes mainstream. This will enable us to put an end to the illegal mass surveillance online.
After Brussels Attacks Politicians Blame Encryption - Again. For the Sake of Our Freedom, Please Stop!
After the tragic attacks on Tuesday in Brussels, Politicians again rush to blame encryption - even though there is no evidence that the terrorists even used encryption.
Get 5 Extra Aliases with Today's Computer Bild
All Tutanota users - Premium or Free - can get five additional aliases with today's edition of the German magazine Computer Bild. Soon we will also release alias packages so that everybody can add as many aliases as necessary.
Release Notes 2.9.2: Multi-Select and Performance Improvements for Mobile
We are happy to update the mobile apps for our secure email service Tutanota today! Now you can also use multi-select in the Tutanota apps. Please note: It might take a few hours/days until the new app version is pushed to the stores.
1 Million People Encrypt Their Mails with Tutanota
Two years after our first beta release of Tutanota, we have now reached one million users! This is big step for online security because Tutanota automatically encrypts emails end-to-end. Already every second email sent with Tutanota is end-to-end encrypted. This makes illegal mass surveillance of Tutanota mailboxes impossible.
Short Downtime for Security Update
Due to a security update on the Tutanota servers we will expect a short downtime around 16:00 UTC. We will patch the servers because of the security issue CVE-2015-7547 in the operating system.
Release Notes 2.9: Multi-Select for Desktop
We are happy to release Tutanota version 2.9 (desktop only, mobile apps will be updated later). This release includes multi selection for desktop and some bug fixes.
Release Notes 2.8: Inbox Rules Are Now Enabled for All Premium Users
Today we are happy to announce that you can use inbox rules as a Premium feature! After an intensive internal discussion, we have decided that inbox rules is a feature that only heavy email users who are willing to upgrade need. We keep the price for Premium as low as possible so that everyone can afford it: It’s only 1 Euro per month.