Alternatives to GhostMail for all platforms with any license

  • 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

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    GnuPG

    GnuPG allows to encrypt and sign your data and communication, features a versatile key management system as well as access modules for all kinds of public key directories. GnuPG, also known as GPG, is a command line tool with features...

    Open Source Mac Linux PortableApps.com Xfce

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    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

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    Mailvelope

    Mailvelope is a browser extension that allows to exchange encrypted emails following the OpenPGP encryption standard. Mailvelope integrates directly into the Webmail user interface, it's elements are unintrusive and easy to...

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux Chrome OS Chrome Firefox

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    APG

    Android Privacy Guard (APG) is a free and open source application for Android devices, created by Thialfihar, that lets you encrypt and decrypt single files or emails. Its goal is to provide a similar OpenPGP implementation as...

    Open Source Android Android Tablet

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    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

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    mailbox.org

    mailbox.org offers a secure e-mail account for home and business use. The domain name, me@mailbox.org, is easy to remember and can be understood anywhere in the world. They have been operating e-mail accounts for more than 20 years...

    Commercial Web / Cloud Windows Mobile Android iPhone Android Tablet iPad Kindle Fire

  • GPG Suite icon

    GPG Suite

    GPG for Mail is an open source plugin for Apple Mail. Encrypt, decrypt, sign and verify mails using OpenPGP with a few simple clicks. GPG Keychain is an open source application for Mac OS X. It allows you to manage your OpenPGP...

    Open Source Mac

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    Secure Gmail

    An extension to send secure, encrypted messages through Gmail. SecureGmail encrypts and decrypts emails you send in Gmail. This happens all on your machine, and the unencrypted text never reaches Google servers. This is useful if...

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux Chrome Gmail

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    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

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    WebPG

    WebPG is a free, open source suite of tools to bring GnuPG/PGP (gpg, gnupg) to the browser, in an effort to make cryptographic methods usable, safe and accessible to the common man. WebPG encompasses several projects, from the...

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux Chrome Thunderbird SeaMonkey Chromium Firefox

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  • Lockbin icon

    Lockbin

    Lockbin is a web application for sending private email messages and files. People use it to send things like credit card numbers or confidential information.

    Freemium Mac Windows Linux Android Android Tablet

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    iGPMail

    iPGMail is an app that implements the OpenPGP standard (RFC 4880, RFC 6637) and allows the user to create and manage both public and private (RSA, DSA, ECDSA) PGP keys and send and receive PGP encrypted messages.

    Commercial iPhone iPad

  • AnonymousSpeech

    Professional anonymity provider for secure anonymous email. Anonymous Domain and Hosting Offshore, Anonymous Surfing, SSL, Time Delayed, Bulk Email and many more functions.

    Freemium Web / Cloud

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    runbox

    Runbox provides secure email communication with Perfect Forward Secrecy SSL connections, Extended Validation, and options for PGP encryption. We are committed to protecting your data in accordance with Norway's strong privacy...

    Commercial Web / Cloud

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    Walnut Secure Email

    Walnut Secure Email is P2P, person to person or end to end secure mail application that protects all of end-user existing accounts, including Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Microsoft Hotmail, live.com, Outlook and hosted addresses, and corporate...

    Commercial Windows Linux Android iPhone Blackberry Android Tablet iPad

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    Sendinc

    Secure email made simple Sendinc enables anyone to send and receive military-grade encrypted email in minutes and requires no special technical expertise. There is no required software to purchase, download, or install. There are...

    Commercial Web / Cloud

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    Encipher.it

    Encrypting email with Encipher.it is a simple way to protect your sensitive data. You can encrypt emails or text messages and only the recipient can decrypt it with correct password. Encipher.it integrated with Gmail and many other...

    Free Web / Cloud

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    Mynigma

    Mynigma is a new kind of email client with built-in encryption.

    Free Personal Mac iPhone iPad

  • 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

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    OneTime

    OneTime is an open source encryption program that uses the one-time pad algorithm to allow two parties to communicate privately. It has features to assist with the bureaucracy of pad management, and comes with built-in help. OneTime...

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux

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    oPenGP

    oPenGP is a solution to support OpenPGP standard (RFC 4880) on your iOS device.

    Commercial iPhone iPad

  • Ciphermail for Android icon

    Ciphermail for Android

    CipherMail for Android is an Android application which can be used with your existing Android mail application to send and receive S/MIME digitally signed and encrypted email with an Android smartphone.

    Free Android

GhostMail Comments

Service closed for individuals

Negative Comment by sleepypussy
about GhostMail Aug 2016

Only enterprises get accounts from now on.

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No support for outgoing emails

Positive Comment by MacMavro
about GhostMail Feb 2016

You can only email other Ghostmail users, nothing outgoing at the moment.
NOTE: I stand corrected: you can send emails to people outside ghostmail but you can't save their contact details, so either you reply to their email or type their address manually. They plan adding functionality for adding external recipients.

You can receive fine e-mails, i.e. registrations, newsletters, etc.

Neutral opinion so far: it should still support regular emails sending for the sake of communicating with people that are not on ghostmail, just like what Tutanota and Protonmail do.

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Encrypted E-mail and Chat as prommised

Positive Comment by DAC
about GhostMail Jul 2015

My 2 main criteria's for an online encryption system was that it had to be non-US based and that my communication should be end-to-end encrypted. What I also found with GhostMail was that their platform was developed in such a way that even they had no way of unscrambling my data. The only catch to this was if I ever lost my password I would also loose access to the data in my account, I guess a fair enough trade-off for the privacy they provide with this architecture.

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