Encrypted Email Services
Modern email clients make professional and personal communication more convenient than ever before. That being said, some of the most popular email clients, such as Gmail, aren’t as secure as some would like. That’s where the email service providers on this page, such as ProtonMail, come in.
Secure email with absolutely no compromises, brought to you by MIT and CERN scientists. Swiss Based
Tutanota is a free and open source web-mail client that focuses on privacy and security. It has open source iOS and an Android apps.
mailbox.org offers a secure e-mail account for home and business use. The domain name, email@example.com, is easy to remember and can be understood anywhere in the world.
Mailvelope is a browser extension that allows to exchange encrypted emails following the OpenPGP encryption standard.
Bring your workspace together into one unified app. It’s everything your team has been looking for in a productivity and messaging app, but easier, and all with your email.
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Mailfence is a free secure and private mail service, that provides an end-to-end encrypted email.
MsgSafe.io provides private, encrypted, online communication with layers of security you can trust.
Protonmail provide encrypted email. Bridge is a Win/Mac/Linux app developed by Protonmail to allow the encrypted email account to be used with local email clients, like Thunderbird or MS Outlook.
Utopia P2P Ecosystem. Utopia is a feature-rich platform that is specifically designed to protect privacy of communication, confidentiality, and security of personal data.
FlowCrypt (formerly CryptUp) is the easiest PGP encryption for Gmail. It behaves just like standard email, except it's encrypted.
- Qt E-Mail Client.- Build-in Encryption to secure E-Mails- Secure P2P Email from Friend to Friend without relying on a central server.
Android Privacy Guard (APG) is a free and open source application for...
Low cost, easy to use Email Server software for virtual, on-premise, or hosted deployments for companies that want control of their email. Integrated web-mail with doc sharing, Drop Box integration, client and server side encryption.
The most widely used email encryption standard. Defined in RFC 4880.No screenshots yet