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  • ProtonMail icon

    ProtonMail

    Secure email with absolutely no compromises, brought to you by MIT and CERN scientists. Swiss Based ProtonMail is incorporated in Switzerland and our servers are located in Switzerland. We are outside of US and EU jurisdiction...

    Open Source Web / Cloud Android iPhone iPad

  • Tutanota icon

    Tutanota

    Tutanota is a free and open source web-mail client that focuses on privacy. There's also an Android and an iOS app. All data is stored encrypted and can not be searched, i.e. for commercial usage. It offers dead easy end-to-end...

    Open Source Web / Cloud Android iPhone iPad

  • Enigmail icon

    Enigmail

    Enigmail is a security extension to Mozilla Thunderbird and SeaMonkey. It enables you to write and receive email messages signed and/or encrypted with the OpenPGP standard. Sending and receiving encrypted and digitally...

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux Thunderbird SeaMonkey

  • Riseup icon

    Riseup

    Riseup is an organization which provides online communication tools for people and groups working on liberatory social change. To create democratic alternatives & practice self-determination by controlling our own secure means of...

    Free Web / Cloud

  • Inky icon

    Inky

    End-to-End Encrypted Email that is a Delight to Use, on all devices, with all email accounts.

    Commercial Mac Windows Android iPhone Android Tablet iPad

  • Autistici  / Inventati icon

    Autistici / Inventati

    A/I provides tools for anonymous communication and sharing. We recommend to use our services along with some specific personal privacy protection tool All our services are characterized by a peculiar attention to our users'...

    Free Web / Cloud

  • GPGMail icon

    GPGMail

    GPGMail is an open source plugin for Apple Mail. It brings the functionality to sign, verify, encrypt and decrypt mails using the OpenPGP standard.

    Open Source Mac

  • Hushmail icon

    Hushmail

    Hushmail is a commercial email service focusing on security with features such as industry-standard OpenPGP encryption and two-step verification. All communications also use a secure SSL/TLS connection. In addition to security...

    Commercial Web / Cloud iPhone iPad

  • SCRYPTmail icon

    SCRYPTmail

    SCRYPTmail is true end-to-end encrypted email service. Email and meta data, i.e sender / recipient are encrypted when you communicate within scryptmail domain. Public Source Code - all source code is available for public audit...

    Freemium Web / Cloud

  • SIGAINT icon

    SIGAINT

    SIGAINT is a darknet email service that allows you to send and receive email without revealing your location or identity.

    Freemium Web / Cloud

  • CounterMail icon

    CounterMail

    Countermail is a web-based email service. It is hosted in Sweden. Its focus is on privacy. It provides several features, such as PGP support and diskless servers to protect users ability to communicate securely and anonymously.

    Commercial Web / Cloud

  • OnionMail icon

    OnionMail

    OnionMail is an anonymous and encrypted mail server made to run on the TOR network without losing the ability to communicate with the Internet.

    Free Mac Windows Linux Web / Cloud Android iPhone

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  • Topmail icon

    Topmail

    Private secure email. Ad free, spam free and encrypted. Topmail's email service is both secure and easy to use. It is available both on the desktop and via any mobile device.

    Commercial Web / Cloud Android iPhone Android Tablet iPad

  • Invmail icon

    Invmail

    Secure, zero-knowledge, end-to-end communications platform, offering facilities such as e-mail, video/voice calling, and a messaging service.

    Free Personal Web / Cloud

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