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So has anyone tried this yet ????? http://www.zdnet.com/article/encrypted-email-service-protonmail-comes-out-of-beta-unveils-ios-and-android-apps/ https://protonmail.com/security-details ProtonMail Plans Explained (Free, Paid, Visionary) https://protonmail.com/support/knowledge-base/email-ddos-protection/ Seems to be still under very active development but reading through a lot if the comments it looks to be at a pretty stable and usable state. Makes sense as they have opened it up for anyone to join as opposed to the invite only service they were offering. I like that it is not USA or UK/EU controlled in any way meaning private stays private.
In light of the fact that we've all come to realize that there is no privacy anywhere in the known universe, I was wondering if any of you utilize encrypted/signed emails? I just installed Enigmail in Thunderbird the other night. I figured I should be prepared just in case a bunch of my email pals decide that they don't want Big Bro reading over their shoulders. So, in case any of you are into this and want to share public keys, here's mine... -----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK----- Version: GnuPG v2.0.22 (GNU/Linux) mQENBFK44skBCACq6Cz/oXq/FShqIRHcLom9fS/NgGb8nk7NM1RXam1Knryzj+01 RGusVzlJZMfC8i56eeg04xCvC/A4FQqhZ5YUZrqeeNjm37uvjrh0WV+FUQlQPAmp no3p4kMAKSZa1NRuggXKsDG+6xJOW7DE3dsiajPCUIKnEAcQxi7aeZLlwTfAMfKH atgsTsFp7y9652Rh2qobc9BP4t0F9BPLnPgYRwb9MvMrxPqr5i0k/j8kTJw/19JI JfzWjGAp3rFbGvVCbL7nLk+P3CumQe3RaZPUvhrbKgKJZ5cnvqr60zp3tHfl2uun Az1P+yLvw0HDPElXtlZhiHHmcmdzuF8wc+x3ABEBAAG0J3Z0ZWw1N19lbmlnbWFp bC0wMiA8dnRlbDU3QGhvdG1haWwuY29tPokBOQQTAQIAIwUCUrjiyQIbAwcLCQgH AwIBBhUIAgkKCwQWAgMBAh4BAheAAAoJECQTeWSaJG5fbmAH/1esukgYqOJ/adOK afYscwWy9HKBFX3bSPtAWGr8F6VGcZ3ZV9+EJ+dTfw+Z7kL6jwRc3+p9hTjPgB/R qqQL03xEpFqNBAgrX82fTHg4g1l7RldjImCbJ3H5ySI16+U7+kyAEd7GEm1mh2nq HQOJRbVcmm5BsGjS/n9iMDXotvzad5E1qn/AQE5R88HxEn/1ERT8FmzjoUTVwMoJ tuoV0Ybkfq3lQ6TfPp+Tun7PpiEADFT4+96HKx3ocjzdxOyty6jEmC/pOKidZB4n LSsL/YeyqqrNm7Sl0u4WTDGoU60ip+4/ulVi6Mev0UWV9KQHNt3p2O33GYIOvEse 0dxiAN+5AQ0EUrjiyQEIAK8mHo57WT1IT4WXawsBRSSn9kZ2OeOURrrdTLjy3jdY e/X9zlH6CFHZdt5oyxCHmqkvUYG0GusTTgnHNQLy/pOCiTYGaeiD6qW/I7qx9pJ6 QWmzGt+cYU1RXMoWI3MON5VmIjtieE2vWXCo3Xpm/oxvE9UasPGyqCb9JOIgZa9G /QSiboV4y0lPeCQjPX61gaRSzsRY8Y3B9qAQH2y0/qn7TEeMYMjJgjTTObdeBl4f P9DB6QBynQwg4L0bqS2hh09ZRzzn8hvcHITpJt0En0JGwAQojDhISOtnHCHgXqAD asCL7Frp7NDvFAFv3jGjgnsjkJW4kYJB7+yk4Cu5mcUAEQEAAYkBHwQYAQIACQUC UrjiyQIbDAAKCRAkE3lkmiRuX0MzB/444+c7pcqCvmjWhVhVG1dld196WpHETCff 5XqjnChOCRLVh/jjf88CMYV8yHGhkG0toBuR9jtSb+DsXCPRfUASAO97szNSxWvC 7v58o471evtS67GIHaRdtv/9ecF9KMF/F1v5FUnqV9X4LPsCLUEFkgdajbQ4oWrJ F/g7B23tUVXrbP2Zhg7A+zexBpFWUXSeoCDHSNZJNRbQSE9p3bis0jybBvKToIH1 /C/8Bu7KhiDIDZCD0RIErZGU3ssILWUOQ6m87suwdC7LosbD355OnL4lVToyPM3h 1ZBMwn7Y0FnMoNLwCL3aGCULiQXa1c8Gvh4bWtyexNoJm99A4X+b =OFcB -----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK----- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enigmail https://en.wikipedia...ey_cryptography https://en.wikipedia...U_Privacy_Guard https://en.wikipedia...ty_Good_Privacy
So which should I go for ? Portable PGP :: PGP Everywhere! http://www.pgpguide.20m.com/#PortablePGP Or the horny ones version ? http://www.gpg4usb.org/docu_concepts.html https://www.deepdotweb.com/2015/06/21/pgp-tutorial-for-newbs-gpg4usb/ Or should I get one of these ? https://fsfe.org/fellowship/card.en.html
"Keybase is a website, but it's also an open source command line program. Let's walk through a terminal example, which illustrates what Keybase does. All of this can be embedded into other software, written by anyone." First thing, i have 1 invite left, btw erick if you want an invitation i've saved one for you. If anyone wants the invitation just post up that you want it. Keybase.io seems to encourage to upload or atleast hash your private key onto the website (I did not do it) While it gives everyone access and easy management to encryption with pgp, that crucial fact is encouraging new comers onto bad practices... what do you think? On other aspects, I love it... keybase.io/reynaldo if you want to send any encrypted message to me.