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Proton Pass now supports passkeys on all devices and plans
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is whatsapp safe for sending private photos
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WhatsApp is the world’s leading messaging app, trusted by billions of people around the globe to send and receive messages. However, is WhatsApp safe for sending private photos? Or are there better ways to share photos online privately? Let’s find ou
passwordless future
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With the advent of passkeys, plenty of people are predicting the end of passwords. Is the future passwordless, though? Or is there room for both types of authentication to exist side-by-side?  At Proton, we are optimistic about passkeys and have int
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At Proton, we have always been highly disciplined, focusing on how to best sustain our mission over time. This job is incredibly difficult. Everything we create always takes longer and is more complex than it would be if we did it without focusing on
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At Proton, we have always been highly disciplined, focusing on how to best sustain our mission over time. This job is incredibly difficult. Everything we create always takes longer and is more complex than it would be if we did it without focusing on
Proton Pass now supports passkeys on all devices and plans
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We’re excited to announce that Proton Pass supports passkeys for everyone, allowing you to manage and use passkeys across all devices seamlessly. Passkeys are an easy and secure alternative to traditional passwords that can help prevent phishing atta
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In 2014, Proton Mail was introduced as a web app, revolutionizing how we think about email privacy. Today, we’re excited to broaden the horizons of secure communication by launching the Proton Mail desktop app. Anyone can now use the new Proton Mail
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A cyberattack on national public employment service France Travail has exposed the personal data of as many as 43 million people.  The latest breach is the second major cybersecurity attack to happen in France in the past month, raising concerns abo
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Last year, Big Tech companies (Alphabet, Amazon, Apple, Meta, and Microsoft) received about $3.04 billion in fines for breaking laws on both sides of the Atlantic. As of seven days and three hours into 2024, they had already earned enough revenue to
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With Microsoft’s rollout of the new Outlook for Windows, it appears the company has transformed its email app into a surveillance tool for targeted advertising. Everyone talks about the privacy-washing campaigns of Google and Apple as they mine your
is whatsapp safe for sending private photos
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WhatsApp is the world’s leading messaging app, trusted by billions of people around the globe to send and receive messages. However, is WhatsApp safe for sending private photos? Or are there better ways to share photos online privately? Let’s find ou
passwordless future
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  • Lo básico sobre privacidad
With the advent of passkeys, plenty of people are predicting the end of passwords. Is the future passwordless, though? Or is there room for both types of authentication to exist side-by-side?  At Proton, we are optimistic about passkeys and have int
is icloud keychain safe
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  • Lo básico sobre privacidad
If you’re on any Apple device, you’re familiar with the iCloud Keychain, the Apple password manager. It’s a handy tool that stores passwords for you and helps you manage your logins.  For a program that stores all your most sensitive data in one pla
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We recently announced that Proton Pass now supports passkeys for everyone across all devices. Universal compatibility is a unique approach to implementing passkeys, unfortunately. Even though passkeys were developed by the FIDO Alliance and the Worl
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Apple’s marketing team has built a powerful association between the iPhone and privacy. The company’s ad campaigns claim that “what happens on your iPhone, stays on your iPhone.” And, “Privacy. That’s iPhone.” But Apple’s lawyers are telling a diffe
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There’s a saying that data is the new oil because of how valuable it is to the digital economy. But what’s the value of your data, personally? Depending where you live, information about you could be worth at least several hundred dollars a year to F
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If there were still doubts over whether Apple is an abusive monopolist, they were emphatically dismissed this week. Apple’s new app store policy that it claims will bring it into compliance with Europe’s Digital Markets Act is a textbook case of mali
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It has recently become fashionable among “privacy” companies based outside of Switzerland to attack the notion of “Swiss privacy”. Such assertions usually take the line of “Switzerland is not special because it also has X, Y, Z”, and then draw a fals
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Proton’s encryption is open source and available for public inspection. Because we use open standards, the encryption that Proton utilizes is also publicly discussed and debated as part of the IETF standardization process. That’s why it is always sur
password policy
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Businesses are increasingly dealing with the fallout from cybercrime: The number of attacks is on the rise and the damage done is growing exponentially. One of the most common vulnerabilities for organizations are their passwords. Since they are your
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In 2023, we significantly expanded the Proton ecosystem, introducing many new encryption tools and features, including a password manager and apps for Proton Drive. While these captured headlines, behind the scenes we also added new features for busi
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Cybersecurity attacks are on the rise, and more and more it’s small businesses that are being targeted. Cybercrime is a multi-billion dollar industry that encompasses a broad range of threats, from fraud to credential theft. Most of these attacks or