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Open-sourcing Tutanota: Why it was important to us.
As developers we love Linux, GIMP, OpenOffice and all the other great tools out there. When we started our own project - Tutanota - we knew from the start that we would open source it as well.
Release Notes 1.9.5 - Bug Fix
We have to apologize that with our last update of Tutanota we missed a bug where some emails could not be opened or deleted. This has been fixed now.
Release Notes 1.9.4 - Choose a Three-Character User Name
With Tutanota 1.9.4 you are now able to sign up with three letters only. In addition we've fixed some bugs and prepared our servers for the major release of custom domains in a few weeks.
Get Your Secure Mail Account on Mobile with Our iOS & Android Apps
Our open source Android and iOS apps make end-to-end encrypted on mobile incredibly easy. For a maximum of privacy, you can get the Android app directly from our website so that you do not depend on Google services.
TLS Bug Logjam Did Not Affect Tutanota
The recently discovered vulnerability of the TLS/SSL protocol called "Logjam" did not affect your Tutanota emails. Nevertheless, we checked and updated all our cipher suites directly after the publication of the flaw.
Release Notes 1.9.3 - Spam Protection and More
We are happy to let you know that Tutanota 1.9.3 is ready! Now with spam protection and preventing of image loading for a better protection of your privacy.
Re:publica 15: Google Promotes Privacy, But Not Too Much
At re:publica in Berlin, Eric Grosse (Google Security) said end-to-end encryption of their future pgp-plugin is not meant for common use as people would not be able to benefit from helpful tools like Google's integrated translation.
Germany Wants to Introduce Data Retention: We Say: Hands Off of Our Data!
Germany plans to introduce a data retention law for call data and IP addresses, but not for emails. While such a law is useless in fighting crimes, it puts every citizen under surveillance. This needs to stop!
Tutanota Blog Archive
We've updated our blog to make it more convenient to use and comment.
Secure Mail Service Tutanota Ends Beta After One Year of Testing
After one year of beta testing we are now ready to strip off the diapers! Today Tutanota is leaving its beta phase with the release of brand-new domains: tutanota.com, tuta.io, tutamail.com and keemail.me. Now you can add one free alias to your account.
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