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Whenever we develop a service, our goal is to make sure it does not leak or expose any of your information at any time to anyone, including ourselves. This is a radically different approach to most Big Tech offerings, where data collection is the tru
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In October 2022, Proton developed its own OpenPGP certificate authority (CA), ProtonCA, and began signing encryption keys to guarantee that they belong to a specific account. This allows OpenPGP users to trust other users’ PGP keys and makes sending
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When it comes to privacy and security, defining a threat model is important because no single technology can be 100% effective. Staying safe requires understanding the threats you face and the limitations of the technology you use. HOW PROTON DRIVE
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In September 2022, we were excited to launch Proton Drive and introduce the first standalone Proton Drive paid plans. As with all the services we’ve rolled out over the years, we know the launch is just the first step. The real work is in the continu
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You keep important moments of your life in your Proton Account. Whether it’s bank statements you receive in Proton Mail, photos you store in Proton Drive, or events you set up in Proton Calendar, your data deserves to be protected.  Today, we’re hap
Proton is included in TIME 100 NEXT
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Since Proton began in 2014, we’ve focused on building a better internet where privacy is the default. While there’s still much work to be done, the inclusion of Proton CEO Andy Yen on TIME Magazine’s 100 NEXT list is a positive (and humbling) sign th
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When Proton began in 2014, our only service was Proton Mail. Proton VPN, our second service, came out in 2017, and we recently released Proton Calendar and Proton Drive. As we grew and released new services, we realized we needed to unify the Proton
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Since we launched Proton Mail in 2014 as the world’s first encrypted email service, Proton’s mission has been to make online privacy and freedom available for all. Today, we’re excited to take an important next step by launching Proton Drive as a fre
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We need an internet that puts people first again. We’ve signed a pledge with Neeva, Brave, The Tor Project, and others to help make a more private internet a reality. People overwhelmingly want an internet that puts them first. In the last year alon
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Cryptography is at the heart of all our services. This has enormous advantages because it provides all the necessary tools and constructions for us to develop features with built-in security and privacy. Occasionally, however, these protection layers
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Starting Monday, July 11, and ending Wednesday, July 13, Proton Mail, Proton VPN, and Proton Drive experienced intermittent service disruptions, some of which affected some users for an hour or more. These resulted from an unexpected error, not an at