Proton News

Updated February 2022 with new instructions for enabling beta access on the desktop.   Perhaps more than other tech companies, Proton Mail takes pride in being a community-driven project. Our community gave us the initial backing to get started, our
At Proton Mail, our goal is to make encryption as widespread and accessible as possible. We believe a key step toward that is having well-maintained, robust, and secure open source encryption libraries. This is the goal of our efforts on the OpenPGPj
Starting with the latest release of Proton Mail on web (v3.14), iOS and Android (v1.9), and the latest versions of the Proton Mail IMAP/SMTP Bridge, Proton Mail now supports Address Verification, along with full PGP interoperability and support. In t
With Proton Mail version 3.14 we introduce PGP support, which includes import of PGP keys into Proton Contacts for encrypted communication with external PGP users, address verification with trusted keys, and several other improvements. PGP SENDING
As few weeks back, we sent a notice to the Proton community regarding the DDoS attacks that we have been facing. Today we would like to provide a brief update of the situation. * Starting on June 27th, Proton Mail started to be hit by sustained DDo
We’ve always valued our community’s feedback and thrived thanks to your input—whether through our annual survey or your comments on Reddit. Now we want to go a step further and involve the Proton community in the testing of early stage prototypes. J
Four years ago, over 10,000 people contributed to our crowdfunding campaign and jumpstarted our mission to create a more secure and private Internet for all. The job is far from done. In the summer of 2014, we shared our vision of a better Internet
Every few generations, humanity is lucky enough to live through a breakthrough moment. Today is that moment. DEVNULL is remarkably simple in nature yet extremely effective at protecting data. In fact it’s so secure that once you use it your data wil
For a long time, some members of our community have been asking us for a shorter, easy-to-share email address. Part of this comes from the difficulty of spelling out P-R-O-T-O-N-M-A-I-L over the phone. Even back in 2015, we started looking into how t
With version 3.13, Proton Mail now supports the much-anticipated proton.me/mail domain name, giving users the convenience of short, easy-to-share email addresses. Plus, we’re rolling out several other time savers, from a command palette and our very
We launched encrypted contacts last year to meet the needs of journalists that needed a safer way to store sensitive information about their contacts. Our encrypted contacts manager uses zero-access encryption and digital signatures to keep your cont