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March 21, 2016

Encrypted Email Provider ProtonMail Releases iOS And Android Apps

ProtonMail, an encrypted email service developed by CERN scientists in Geneva and researchers at MIT, has released its iOS and Android mobile apps to the public following a beta test period. Users can sign up for apps on the ProtonMail website.

Scientists who met while working at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Geneva, Switzerland developed ProtonMail. The goal was to protect people from the mass surveillance by governments and corporations around the world.

Crowdfunding Proves Helpful

Thanks to the support from its crowdfunding campaigns, the company has been able to overcome its challenges and expects to expand significantly. In 2014, [...]

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August 20, 2015

ProtonMail Goes Open Source, Launches Mobile Apps

ProtonMail released version 2.0 of its encrypted email service and announced that ProtonMail is now open source. The ProtonMail apps for iOS and Android are scheduled for release later today.

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March 20, 2015

Tutanota: the Open-Source Encrypted E-mail Answer to Protonmail

For several years, and especially since the Edward Snowden revelations, there has been a need for an easy-to-use, automatically encrypted communications service.

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