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Privacy guides

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Over 300 billion emails are sent and received daily around the world, making it one of the most popular forms of communication. However, most modern email providers, such as Gmail or Outlook, do not adequately protect your emails.  Gmail stopped rea
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Everyone has files that need to be encrypted. From intimate personal details to legal and financial documents, your files contain information that should be private and secure. But many internet services we all use every day are not private. Compani
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We’re sharing tips on how you can make sure you’ve secured your personal information using Proton.  When you choose Proton, you’re entrusting us with your personal information. We take this responsibility seriously, which is why we protect your data
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From job applications to business contracts, we use email to send and receive sensitive documents on a daily basis. However, email has certain vulnerabilities, like any technology. If you receive emails, you need to make sure they’re genuine and not
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Outlook’s emails use standard encryption out of the box. Learn how to use enhanced encryption to send more secure messages and the best Outlook alternative if you’re looking for genuine privacy. Like most free email providers, Outlook can’t guarante
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Gmail is not end-to-end encrypted, and Google retains access to all your emails. Here are five steps to make Gmail more secure and the best alternative if you’re looking for genuine privacy. We explain why Gmail is not completely secure or private,
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It’s always a good time to assess your security. We’ve shared some of our most important cybersecurity guides to help.  At Proton, your security is our top priority. We believe your data belongs to you and you alone, which is why we protect it with
Password-protected emails
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Emails you send with most email providers aren’t private. We explain how to add password protection or enhanced encryption to messages in Gmail and Outlook and how to send a genuinely private email with Proton Mail. You can password-protect emails i
Send encrypted email in Gmail
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Gmail uses standard encryption by default, so your messages aren’t private. We explain how to use enhanced encryption in Gmail and the best alternative if you’re looking for genuine privacy. If you have a free email account from a big provider like
why use private email
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Private email is not just about blocking prying eyes or avoiding creepy online ads. Privacy is a basic human right that you need to protect yourself and ultimately defend your freedom, whoever you are, wherever you live. Your personal email is part
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Cryptocurrency scams have cost people over a billion dollars — and they’re only becoming more prevalent. Learn what to look out for to avoid being scammed yourself.  The Washington Post recently reported that over $1 billion was lost to cryptocurren