I signed up to Tutanota recently. IMO best of the lot.
Open-source all the way.
Based in Germany.
Good looking Android and iOS apps.
Other than that, these were options;
Tutanota is pretty great, and you can easily even have it on your own personal webserver. everything is encrypted so tutanota can't see your emails it is easy to send encrypted emails. and it is open source and free. Also Germany is the only western country apart from iceland where being pro-privacy and pro-encryption is not political suicide. politicians are expected to protect privacy rights.
And it is Switzerland based. Which have good privacy laws, but the people dislike all this privacy and consider it a Islamist plot because privacy is important in Sharia laws so they will likely change that in the near future so their laws is not so islamic.
>german authorities love the NSA.
It is the western country that likes them LEAST you dumb cuck. It was highly controversial when the german secret service found out that the NSA was spying on Angela Merkel.
Being pro-spying in germany is like being a open homosexual in saudi arabia. Not strictly illegal (you have to actually have done some gay sex to be punished in saudi) but very close.
What's the fucking catch /g/.
Spit it out.
You guys are always shitting all over what appears too obviously good.
Get right to it so I can continue on my miserable unending search.
If it's so good, why don't you talk about it often? I never see it mentioned
I am not him (this is me >>52343603
), but it is true, after they got hacked/ddosed from Israel they started routing all their emails through israeli servers connected to the Israeli millitary (IDF). Which makes no sense unless it is a agreement not to ddos anymore.
wut. it was controversial for the public, sure. but the BND never gave a fuck and the government didn't care what the BND did either.
the whole NSA-Untersuchungsausschuss is a big fucking joke. nothing's happening and the CDU/SPD are constantly pushing for more surveillance everywhere.
This is all tin-foil-country, so don't take it too seriously.
The DDoS that took ProtonMail down last year was orchestrated by the IDF. Some generous offer from Israel came in. ProtonMail accepted and the DDoS stopped.
It was just a matter of "first come, first serve".
>but how can I be sure that they don't actually route their email through Mossad?
Because the servers they route their info through is owned by the IDF if you look at the owners. And the IDF is the Israeli millitary, not Mossad.
Factually wrong. While no DDoS occurs, their traffic isn't tunneled anywhere.
During DDoS attacks they'll tunnel their traffic through a german server.
Take a look at https://protonmail.com/support/knowledge-base/protonmail-israel-radware/ and try IP tracing for yourself.
>le FUD face
guys, one way or another, be sure too look it up yourself before taking any of these posts at face value.