Friday 29 July 2016 > français
Every day Tutanota fights for freedom and privacy. Tutanota strives to bring the most secure email service to your device. Join her community and help us bring privacy to the world.
Tutanota automatically encrypts all your data on your device. Your emails as well as your contacts stay private. You can easily communicate with any of your friends end-to-end encrypted. Even subject and attachments as well as all your contacts are encrypted.
Tutanota is licensed under GPL v3 - essential to any encryption service. Open source enables security experts to verify the code that protects your emails.
Simply access your secure mailbox with your favorite web browser from any device. You can also use the mobile apps for Android and iOS. Your password easily unlocks your private key and your encrypted information on any device simply by logging in to your Tutanota account.
In Germany we were taught the value of privacy the hard way - think about Gestapo and Stasi. In our digital age all-round surveillance has become alarmingly easy. I write code to protect our private information from today’s Orwellian threats.
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