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Last Updated: September 22nd, 2014 THANK YOU! Thank you for contributing to our Indiegogo campaign. With your support, we can build the more private and secure internet of the future. To redeem your perks please follow the instructions below. If t
August 31, 2014 Update: Thank you for your support!! Our crowdfunding campaign has succeeded, raising over $500,000! If you missed the campaign and would still like to support Proton Mail, you can still do so here. Click here to visit Proton Mail’s
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EDIT: 6/6/2014 – Due to this update, it might be necessary to clear your browser cache before trying to log into Proton Mail, otherwise the mailbox decryption step may fail. Effective immediately, we have removed the captcha from the Proton Mail log
UPDATE First, we have gotten a new SSL certificate from SwissSign which is our certificate authority (SwissSign is largely owned by the Swiss government). This new certificate allows for wildcards so subdomains like proton.me no longer throw invalid
We are happy to announce the release of Proton Mail v1.05. As usual, please completely clear your browser cache to make sure you load the latest version of Proton Mail. Bug Fixes * Login and password resetting system is improved. * Security enhan
Last updated September 2022 At Proton Mail, security is our highest priority and something that we work on day and night to improve. We have been very fortunate to have several individuals and organizations step forward to assist us with security a
UPDATE 5/23/2014 – It has come to our attention that at least for some users, the problem was because they included @proton.me when trying to login. The username should be ‘username’ not ‘username@proton.me’. If this is indeed the cause of your login
Proton Mail is designed to guard against a broad range of threats. But there is no such thing as perfect security. This threat model describes the threats Proton Mail can and cannot counter. Updated Nov. 18, 2019, to remove reference to an outdated
Since Proton Mail beta was launched 3 days ago, we have been met with a overwhelming response from around the world. In fact, the response was a little too overwhelming as we have completely maxed out our server capacity. As a result, we are sad to a
To further protect the Proton community, Proton Mail utilizes only high-strength ciphers for SSL and TLS. We are posting our ciphersuite configurations for Postfix and Apache here for reference, we recommend all system administrators adopt these set
Updated June 6, 2019 We are often asked why Proton is based in Switzerland and whether there are real advantages to being a Swiss company. We believe there are several good reasons to call Switzerland home, and this article explains why. Proton’s r