ProtonMail

protonmail.com
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An open-source, end-to-end encrypted anonymous email service. ProtonMail has a modern easy-to-use and customizable UI, as well as fast, secure native mobile apps. ProtonMail has all the features that you'd expect from a modern email service and is based on simplicity without sacrificing security. It has a free plan or a premium option for using custom domains (starting at $5/month). ProtonMail requires no personally identifiable information for signup, they have a .onion server, for access via Tor, and they accept anonymous payment: BTC and cash (as well as the normal credit card and PayPal).

Not Open Source

ProtonMail Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy Summary

  • IP addresses of website visitors are not tracked
  • The court of law governing the terms is in location X
  • The court of law governing the terms is in location Switzerland
  • TOS for Protonmail
  • ProtonMail may terminate accounts that do not comply with the Terms
  • The service is transparent regarding government requests or inquiries that may involve user data.
  • The service is provided 'as is' and to be used at the users' sole risk
  • They may stop providing the service at any time
  • You agree to defend, indemnify, and hold the service harmless in case of a claim related to your use of the service
  • You can request access and deletion of personal data
  • This service does not track you
  • Terms may be changed any time at their discretion, without notice to the user
  • The service may change its terms at any time, but the user will receive notification of the changes.
  • The service provides information about how they intend to use your personal data
  • User-generated content is encrypted, and this service cannot decrypt it
  • This service prohibits users sending chain letters, junk mail, spam or any unsolicited messages
  • The service provides two factor authentification for your account
  • This service will warn users about website maintenance
  • This service does not force users into binding arbitration
  • Features of the website are made available under a free software license
  • The service will resist legal requests for user information where reasonably possible
  • The user is informed about security practices
  • no promise to inform/notify
  • The service will not allow third parties to access your personal information without a legal basis
  • Users agree to comply with the law of the service's country
  • Your personal data is used for limited purposes
  • The service provides a complaint mechanism for the handling of personal data
  • The service's data retention period is kept to the minimum necessary for fulfilling its purposes
  • This service offers an anonymous payment method
  • The service will only respond to government requests that are reasonable
  • The court of law governing the terms is in a jurisdiction that is friendlier to user privacy protection.
  • This service is only available to users over 13 years old
  • This service is only available to users of a certain age
  • You must create an account to use this service
  • Your data is processed and stored in a country that is friendlier to user privacy protection
  • Information is provided about security practices
  • You authorise the service to charge a credit card supplied on re-occurring basis
  • The service makes critical changes to its terms without user involvement
  • Users are entitled to a refund if certain thresholds or standards are not met by the service
  • The service allows you to use pseudonyms
  • The service provides information about how they collect personal data
  • This service does not collect, use, or share location data
  • You can delete your content from this service
  • You can opt out of promotional communications
  • The service has a no refund policy
  • This service provides an onion site accessible over Tor
  • Minors must have the authorization of their legal guardians to use the service
  • There is a date of the last update of the agreements
  • This service assumes no liability for any losses or damages resulting from any matter relating to the service
  • The service provides details about what kinds of personal information they collect
  • The service claims to be GDPR compliant for European users

Score

A

Documents

Domains Covered by Policy

  • protonmail.com
  • protonmail.ch
  • getproton.me
  • pm.me
  • protonmailrmez3lotccipshtkleegetolb73fuirgj7r4o4vfu7ozyd.onion
  • proton.me
  • protonapps.com

About the Data

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ProtonMail Source Code

Author

ProtonMail

Description

Monorepo hosting the proton web clients

#monorepo#pgp#protoncalendar#protoncontacts#protondrive#protonmail#react#webmail#yarn

Homepage

License

GPL-3.0

Created

08 Jun 16

Last Updated

17 May 24

Latest version

[email protected]

Primary Language

TypeScript

Size

973,874 KB

Stars

4,148

Forks

524

Watchers

4,148

Language Usage

Language Usage

Star History

Star History

Recent Commits

  • MargeBot (16 Apr 24)

    Merge branch 'CALWEB-4901-calendar-invite-telemetry' into 'main' Add calendar invite telemetry See merge request web/clients!9818

  • Guillaume Gonzalez (16 Apr 24)

    Add calendar invite telemetry

  • MargeBot (16 Apr 24)

    Merge branch 'translations_2024-04-16_050318' into 'main' i18n: Upgrade translations from crowdin (d2c4ff0c). See merge request web/clients!9898

  • proton-ci (16 Apr 24)

    i18n: Upgrade translations from crowdin (d2c4ff0c). (verify)

  • proton-ci (16 Apr 24)

    i18n: Upgrade translations from crowdin (d2c4ff0c). (account)

  • proton-ci (16 Apr 24)

    i18n: Upgrade translations from crowdin (d2c4ff0c). (vpn-settings)

  • proton-ci (16 Apr 24)

    i18n: Upgrade translations from crowdin (d2c4ff0c). (drive)

  • proton-ci (16 Apr 24)

    i18n: Upgrade translations from crowdin (d2c4ff0c). (calendar)

  • proton-ci (16 Apr 24)

    i18n: Upgrade translations from crowdin (d2c4ff0c). (mail)

  • proton-ci (16 Apr 24)

    i18n: Upgrade translations from crowdin (d2c4ff0c). (pass)

  • proton-ci (16 Apr 24)

    i18n: Upgrade translations from crowdin (d2c4ff0c). (pass-desktop)

  • proton-ci (16 Apr 24)

    i18n: Upgrade translations from crowdin (d2c4ff0c). (pass-extension)

  • MargeBot (15 Apr 24)

    Merge branch 'drop-legacy-member-setup' into 'main' Drop legacy member key setup See merge request web/clients!9867

  • Mattias Svanström (12 Apr 24)

    Drop legacy member key setup

  • MargeBot (15 Apr 24)

    Merge branch 'renovate/redux' into 'main' Update dependency react-redux to ^9.1.1 See merge request web/clients!9893

  • LisaBot (15 Apr 24)

    Update dependency react-redux to ^9.1.1

  • MargeBot (15 Apr 24)

    Merge branch 'DRVWEB-3904-share-at-root' into 'main' [DRVWEB-3904] Update Share file in folder context menu See merge request web/clients!9842

  • Lucien Peslier (15 Apr 24)

    [DRVWEB-3904] Update Share file in folder context menu

  • MargeBot (15 Apr 24)

    Merge branch 'MAILWEB-5086' into 'main' Introduce telemetry for mail signup upsell modal See merge request web/clients!9886

  • Richard Tetaz (15 Apr 24)

    Introduce telemetry for mail signup upsell modal

  • MargeBot (15 Apr 24)

    Merge branch 'periodic-features' into 'main' Add support for periodic features See merge request web/clients!9879

  • Mattias Svanström (15 Apr 24)

    Refactor features thunk

  • Mattias Svanström (15 Apr 24)

    Add minute jitter

  • Mattias Svanström (15 Apr 24)

    Remove unused ProtonSentinelAuthLogUpsell feature

  • Mattias Svanström (15 Apr 24)

    Add support for periodic features

  • MargeBot (15 Apr 24)

    Merge branch 'allow-error-in-confirm-modal' into 'main' Allow error in confirmation modal See merge request web/clients!9887

  • lpeslier (15 Apr 24)

    Allow error in confirmation modal

  • MargeBot (15 Apr 24)

    Merge branch 'DRVWEB-3902-improve-get-own-keys' into 'main' [DRVWEB-3902] Improve code to get privateKeys with addressId See merge request web/clients!9807

  • Lucien Peslier (15 Apr 24)

    [DRVWEB-3902] Improve code to get privateKeys with addressId

  • MargeBot (15 Apr 24)

    Merge branch 'scim' into 'main' Fix SCIM modal copy See merge request web/clients!9876

ProtonMail Website

Website

301 Moved Permanently

Redirects

Redirects to https://proton.me/mail

Security Checks

1 security checks failed (65 passed)

  • External Redirect Detected

Server Details

  • IP Address 185.70.42.12
  • Hostname 185-70-42-12.protonmail.ch
  • Location Lausanne, Vaud, Switzerland, EU
  • ISP Proton AG
  • ASN AS62371

Associated Countries

  • CH
  • US
  • DE

Saftey Score

Website marked as safe

100%

Blacklist Check

protonmail.com was found on 0 blacklists

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ProtonMail Android App

Update Info

  • App ProtonMail - Encrypted Email
  • Creation Date 13 Feb 19
  • Last Updated 09 Dec 23
  • Current Version 1.10.4
  • Creator ProtonMail
  • Downloads 1,000,000+ downloads

Trackers

  • Sentry

Permissions

  • Internet
  • Access Network State
  • Read External Storage
  • Write External Storage
  • Read Contacts
  • Vibrate
  • Receive Boot Completed
  • Get Accounts
  • Broadcast Sticky
  • Receive
  • Foreground Service
  • Wake Lock
  • Action Call
  • Call Phone
  • C2d Message

ProtonMail iOS App

App Info

Proton Mail - Encrypted Email

Keep your conversations private. Proton Mail is encrypted email from Switzerland. Used by millions worldwide, our all-new email app protects your communications and has everything you need to easily manage your inbox. The Wall Street Journal says: “Proton Mail offers encrypted email, which makes it virtually impossible for anyone to read it except the sender and the recipient.” With the all-new Proton Mail app, you can: • Create a @proton.me or @protonmail.com email address • Send and receive encrypted emails and attachments with ease • Switch between multiple Proton Mail accounts • Easily manage your email with conversations • Keep your inbox tidy and clean with folders, labels and simple swipe-gestures • Receive new email notifications • Send Password-protected Emails to anyone • Enjoy your inbox in dark mode Why use Proton Mail? • Proton Mail is free — We believe everyone deserves privacy. Upgrade to a paid plan to get more done and support our mission. • Easy to use — Our all-new app has been redesigned to make it easier to read, organize, and write your emails. • Your inbox is yours — We don’t spy on your communications to show you targeted ads. Your inbox, your rules. • Rigorous encryption — Your entire inbox is secured, on all your devices. No one can read your emails but you. Proton is privacy, guaranteed by end-to-end and zero-access encryption. • Unmatched protection — We offer strong phishing, spam, and spying/tracking protection for all your communications. Industry Leading Security Features Messages are stored on Proton Mail servers using end-to-end encryption at all times and are transmitted securely between Proton servers and user devices. This largely eliminates the risk of message interception. Zero Access to Your Email Content Proton Mail's zero access architecture means that your data is encrypted in a way that makes it inaccessible to us. Data is encrypted on the client side using an encryption key that Proton does not have access to. This means we don't have the technical ability to decrypt your messages. Open-Source Cryptography Proton Mail's open-source software has been thoroughly vetted by security experts from around the world to ensure the highest levels of protection. Proton Mail only uses secure implementations of AES, RSA, along with OpenPGP, while all of the cryptographic libraries used are open source. By using open-source libraries, Proton Mail can guarantee that the encryption algorithms used do not have clandestinely built-in back doors. Proton Mail in the press: “Proton Mail is a Gmail-like email system which uses end-to-end encryption, making it impossible for outside parties to monitor.” Forbes “A new email service being developed by a group who met at MIT and CERN promises to bring secure, encrypted email to the masses and keep sensitive information away from prying eyes.” Huffington Post Follow Proton on social media for all the latest news and offers: Facebook: /proton Twitter: @protonprivacy Reddit: /protonmail Instagram: /protonprivacy For more information, visit: https://proton.me/mail Our open-source code base: https://github.com/ProtonMail EULA: http://www.apple.com/legal/itunes/appstore/dev/stdeula

Rating

Rated 4.51 out of 5 stars by 1,863 users

Version Info

  • Current Version 4.13.0
  • Last Updated 12 Mar 24
  • First Released 17 Mar 16
  • Minimum iOS Version 14.7
  • Device Models Supported 93

App Details

  • IPA Size 128.91 Mb
  • Price Free (GBP)
  • Age Advisory 4+
  • Supported Languages 29
  • Developer Proton AG
  • Bundle ID ch.protonmail.protonmail

Screenshots

ProtonMail Docker

Container Info

protonmail-bridge

This is an unofficial Docker container of the ProtonMail Bridge. Some of the scripts are based on Hendrik Meyer's work.

#Email#Productivity#Tools#Other

DockerHub Metrics

  • Pull Count 721,503
  • Stars 17
  • Date Created 15 Apr 20
  • Last Updated 2 months ago

View on DockerHub

shenxn/protonmail-bridge

Run Command

docker run -d \ 
  -p 143/tcp \
  -p 25/tcp \
  -v /portainer/Files/AppData/ProtonMail-Bridge:/root \
  --restart=unless-stopped \
  shenxn/protonmail-bridge:latest

Compose File

version: 3.8
services:
  protonmail-bridge:
    image: shenxn/protonmail-bridge:latest
    ports:
      - 143:tcp
      - 25:tcp
    environment:
    volumes:
      - /portainer/Files/AppData/ProtonMail-Bridge:/root
    restart: unless-stopped

Port List

  • 143/tcp
  • 25/tcp

Volume Mounting

  • /portainer/Files/AppData/ProtonMail-Bridge /root

Permissions

  • read ✅ Yes
  • write ✅ Yes
  • admin ✅ Yes

ProtonMail Socials

ProtonMail Reviews

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About the Data: ProtonMail

API

You can access ProtonMail's data programmatically via our API. Simply make a GET request to:

https://api.awesome-privacy.xyz/communication/encrypted-email/protonmail

The REST API is free, no-auth and CORS-enabled. To learn more, view the Swagger Docs or read the API Usage Guide.

About the Data

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