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Old 17 Sep 2019, 06:10 PM   #1
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What is the best secure email service?

With so many different types of users, there is no single “best secure email” service that will be the top choice for everyone. While some may prioritize maximum security and strong encryption, others may want convenience and simplicity with user-friendly apps on all their devices. Therefore this list is not in rank order because the “best” secure email service will be different for each user.

Here are just a few factors to consider when switching to a secure email provider:
  • Jurisdiction – Where is the service located and how does this affect user privacy? Where is your data physically stored?
  • PGP support – Some secure email providers support PGP, while others do not use PGP due to its vulnerabilities and weaknesses.
  • Import feature – Can you import your existing emails and contacts?
  • Email apps – Due to encryption, many secure email services cannot be used with third-party email clients, but some also offer dedicated apps.
  • Encryption – Are the emails end-to-end encrypted in transit? Are emails and attachments encrypted at rest?
  • Features – Some features you may want to consider are contacts, calendars, file storage, inbox search, collaboration tools, and support for DAV services.
  • Security – What are the provider’s security standards and policies?
  • Privacy – How does the email service protect your privacy? What data is being collected, for how long, and why?
  • Threat model – How much privacy and security do you need and which service best fits those needs?

The goal of this guide is to help you find the best secure email solution for your unique needs. So let’s get started!

please refer this page: https://restoreprivacy.com/secure-email/
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Old 17 Sep 2019, 07:31 PM   #2
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Have you tried https://ctemplar.com/
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Old 17 Sep 2019, 07:33 PM   #3
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Have you tried https://ctemplar.com/
Is this a mirror of msgsafe.io? they look very similiar.
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Old 17 Sep 2019, 08:17 PM   #4
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And, one huge consideration is whether or not the people you correspond with will also use the service or else any additional "security" is mostly an illusion. Remember, a very high percentage of hacked accounts begin with a phishing attempt, so for most of us the first and most important security step is spam/malicious email filtering.
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