Tuta

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Free and open source email service based in Germany. It has a basic intuitive UI, secure native mobile apps, anonymous signup, and a .onion site. Tuta has a full-featured free plan or a premium subscription for businesses allowing for custom domains ($12/ month). Tuta does not use OpenPGP like most encrypted mail providers, instead they use a standardized, hybrid method consisting of a symmetrical and an asymmetrical algorithm (with 128 bit AES, and 2048 bit RSA). This causes compatibility issues when communicating with contacts using PGP. But it does allow them to encrypt much more of the header data (body, attachments, subject lines, and sender names etc) which PGP mail providers cannot do.

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Tuta Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy Summary

  • Personal data that is stored is encrypted and data is deleted by the end of the calendar year for terminated accounts.
  • Tutanota
  • This service does not track you
  • Service does not allow alternative accounts
  • 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 sell your personal data
  • The service does not share user information with third parties
  • The service is transparent regarding goverment request or inqueries
  • There is a date of the last update of the agreements
  • Provides information on security practices
  • Cookies are used but do not collect personal information or track usage.
  • All Tutanota Data is Encrypted End-to-End
  • User-generated content is encrypted, and this service cannot decrypt it
  • Accessibility to this service is guaranteed at 99% or more
  • Archives of their agreements are provided so that changes can be viewed over time
  • You will be notified about website maintenance
  • You are prohibited from sending chain letters, junk mail, spam or any unsolicited messages
  • The service claims to be GDPR compliant for European users
  • The service is open-source
  • You authorise the service to charge a credit card supplied on re-occurring basis
  • The data retention period is kept to the minimum necessary for fulfilling its purposes
  • Features of the website are made available under a free software license
  • You can retrieve an archive of your data
  • The court of law governing the terms is in Hanover, Germany
  • The court of law governing the terms is in a jurisdiction that is friendlier to user privacy protection.
  • IP addresses of website visitors are not tracked

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About the Data

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Tuta Source Code

Author

tutao

Description

Tuta is an email service with a strong focus on security and privacy that lets you encrypt emails, contacts and calendar entries on all your devices.

#email#encryption#javascript#mithril#privacy#security#tutanota

Homepage

https://tuta.com

License

GPL-3.0

Created

28 Jul 14

Last Updated

18 May 24

Latest version

tutanota-release-229.240514.1

Primary Language

TypeScript

Size

197,257 KB

Stars

5,773

Forks

497

Watchers

5,773

Language Usage

Language Usage

Star History

Star History

Recent Commits

  • bedhub (14 May 24)

    229.240514.1 (#6940) * disable argon2 migration We disable argon2 migration to prevent that client with offline support prior to 229.240513.0 have unexpected errors * v229.240514.1 --------- Co-authored-by: bedhub <[email protected]>

  • bedhub (14 May 24)

    disable argon2 migration (#6938) We disable argon2 migration to prevent that client with offline support prior to 229.240513.0 have unexpected errors Co-authored-by: bedhub <[email protected]>

  • tutao-jenkins (14 May 24)

    Tuta v229.240514.0 (#6937) * update translations * v229.240514.0 --------- Co-authored-by: jenkins build server <[email protected]>

  • bedhub (14 May 24)

    fix login with offline data after argon2 migration by a different client. #6935 (#6936) When doing a login with offline data we initialize the user facade from offline cache. In case another client changed the kdf type (argon2 migration) we need to update the user facade as soon as we go online to unlock the user group key correctly. Co-authored-by: bedhub <[email protected]>

  • Willow (13 May 24)

    Update libs v229.240513.0 (#6932) * DOMPurify 3.1.3, undici 6.16.1 * [build] Do not delete package-lock on bump-version * v229.240513

  • wec43 (08 May 24)

    Update better-sqlite3 commit for fixing browser test crash (#6842) Existing repos need to run `rm -rf node_modules/better-sqlite3 && npm install && rm -r test/native-cache` for the change to take effect.

  • Murilo Rocha Pereira (08 May 24)

    Update Undici to 6.16.0 (#6923)

  • armhub (08 May 24)

    v229.240508.0 (#6924)

  • armhub (08 May 24)

    Update electron to 29.3.2, #6921 (#6922) Co-authored-by: arm <[email protected]>

  • armhub (07 May 24)

    Leaving user survey improvements, #6755 (#6920) Co-authored-by: pas <[email protected]>

  • tutao-jenkins (06 May 24)

    Tuta v228.240506.0 (#6919) * update translations * v228.240506.0 --------- Co-authored-by: jenkins build server <[email protected]>

  • vaf-hub (06 May 24)

    enable argon2 migration (#6918) tutadb#1802

  • vaf-hub (06 May 24)

    set the correct (default) kdf type when creating new external users (#6874) tutadb#1796

  • bedhub (06 May 24)

    Show pq padlock symbol for sent mail, tutadb 1788 (#6699) * Show pq padlock symbol for sent mail, tutadb 1788 To show the pq padlock symbol for the sender we introduced another enum value for the encryptionAuthStatus on Mail instances which is only set for the sent mail. It is only set in case the mail is confidential and all recipients support the TutaCrypt protocol. * clean up outdated invitations from offlince cache see the fix for tutadb#1800 --------- Co-authored-by: bedhub <[email protected]> Co-authored-by: vaf <[email protected]>

  • Willow (02 May 24)

    [ios, ci] Use iOS 17.4 to run tests (#6911)

  • Willow (02 May 24)

    Dompurify 3.1.2 (#6910) * Update dompurify to 3.1.2 * v227.240502

  • ganthern (29 Apr 24)

    Update dompurify (#6900) * update DOMPurify * Tuta v227.240429.0

  • tutao-jenkins (26 Apr 24)

    Tuta v227.240426.1 (#6896) * update translations * v227.240426.1 --------- Co-authored-by: jenkins build server <[email protected]>

  • Jamie Turner (26 Apr 24)

    Show the search bar as disabled when offline in contact and mail views (#6780) This is a temporary mitigation until we switch what key is used to encrypt the `userEncDbKey`.

  • tutao-jenkins (26 Apr 24)

    Tuta v227.240426.0 (#6889) * update translations * v227.240426.0 --------- Co-authored-by: jenkins build server <[email protected]>

  • Murilo Rocha Pereira (26 Apr 24)

    Moves Setup Wizard to it owns chunk (#6879) * Moves Setup Wizard to it owns chunk Setup wizard is only needed on native devices such Android and iOS, with that in mind, this commit moves the whole setup wizard to it owns chunks, so it can be loaded on demand and isn't automatically loaded in desktop or web app. Closes #6844 * Add missing translation

  • Jamie Turner (26 Apr 24)

    Stop displaying the 'Add folder' button for external users (#6846) This stops the more button on the folder rows from being created to avoid external users being able to 'create' unusable folders. Closes #5457.

  • Jamie Turner (26 Apr 24)

    Fix the import device contacts dialog showing the wrong title (#6857) Closes #6851.

  • Murilo Rocha Pereira (26 Apr 24)

    Fix dictionaries being downloaded too late (#6886) This commit fixes the dictionaries being downloaded too late causing electron to use the default fallback download url.

  • Jamie Turner (26 Apr 24)

    Fix `mailto` links not opening a mail editor on Android (#6887) Closes #6873.

  • Jamie Turner (26 Apr 24)

    Fix the news button being displayed for external users (#6858) * Fix the news button being displayed for external users Closes #6845. * Clean up `DrawerMenu.ts` One less element for the browser to worry about.

  • ganthern (25 Apr 24)

    get invite and giftcard subject from server (#6882)

  • Johannes Münichsdorfer (25 Apr 24)

    remove canceledPremiumAccount flag from customer type (#6883) (#6884) As of 2020 the canceledPremiumAccount boolean value has always been set to false therefore this value is no longer needed, and we can remove it. Additionally, this commit includes model changes for the new TranslationService and removes the following unused services and types. * PREMIUM_FEATURE_SERVICE * PREMIUM_FEATURE_DATA * PREMIUM_FEATURE_RETURN * MIGRATE_TO_V18_SERVICE * DEFAULT_SYSTEM_MIGRATE_DATA * REGISTRATION_CONFIG_SERVICE * REGISTRATION_CONFIG_RETURN * SHARE_SERVICE * SHARE_DATA close #6883 Co-authored-by: nig <[email protected]>

  • Johannes Münichsdorfer (25 Apr 24)

    reload cached legacy mails from server on load (#6865) * reload cached legacy mails from server on load these changes can be removed the next time the mail cache is cleared for all clients (probably when we switch to static mail IDs) fixes #6864 * fix offline cache not working in case a large timeRange is set In case a large timeRangeDays (currently >= ~20035) is set, the cutOffTimestamp overflows and will be a negative number, therefore nothing is cached. Co-authored-by: ganthern <[email protected]> --------- Co-authored-by: ganthern <[email protected]>

  • Johannes Münichsdorfer (25 Apr 24)

    make login progress message dynamic (#6881) In case a login takes longer, due to e.g. offline database migrations, we want to show a dynamic and fun login message in the progress dialog. Co-authored-by: nig <[email protected]>

Tuta Website

Website

Tuta Mail: Create a secure, private & encrypted email account for free

Tuta is the secure email service, built in Germany. Use encrypted emails on all devices with our open source email client, mobile apps & desktop clients.

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Server Details

  • IP Address 185.205.69.12
  • Location Hanover, Niedersachsen, Germany, EU
  • ISP Tutao GmbH
  • ASN AS210909

Associated Countries

  • US
  • DE

Saftey Score

Website marked as safe

100%

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Tuta Android App

Update Info

  • App Tutanota: simply secure emails
  • Creation Date 07 Nov 18
  • Last Updated 09 Dec 23
  • Current Version 2.15.4
  • Creator Tutao GmbH
  • Downloads 100,000+ downloads

Trackers

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Permissions

  • Internet
  • Read Contacts
  • Vibrate
  • Access Network State
  • Wake Lock
  • Receive
  • C2d Message
  • Read External Storage

Tuta iOS App

App Info

Encrypted Email Tuta

Tuta (formerly Tutanota), the fully secure encrypted email and calendar app, enables you to keep your private data private! We never compromise on security or privacy. Tuta comes with a light & beautiful GUI, a dark theme, offline availability, instant push notifications, auto-sync, full-text search, swipe gestures and more. The business email plans have flexible user management and admin levels so you can manage all your company’s email needs easily. What you'll love about the Tuta email client for iOS: - Create a free email address (ending in @tuta.com, @tutanota.com, @tutanota.de, @tutamail.com, @tuta.io or @keemail.me) with 1 GB of free storage. - Create custom domain email addresses for €3 per month with optional catch-all & unlimited email addresses. - Instant display of incoming emails, no need to swipe down to refresh. - Instant access to your encrypted email, calendars & contacts - also when offline. - Quick swipe gestures to manage your inbox easily. - Instant push notifications. - Auto-complete mail addresses as you type. - Auto-sync between app, web and desktop email clients. - Tuta is a free & open source (FOSS) email app so that security experts can check the code. - Find everything you're looking for with our secure & private full-text search of your encrypted email. - Anonymous registration without a phone number. - Send calendar invites directly from the secure calendar app. - Create an unlimited number of encrypted calendars with any paid plan. - Send and receive end-to-end encrypted emails to anybody for free. - Send and receive old-fashioned emails (not end-to-end encrypted). - Automatically encrypt subject, content & attachments for maximum security. - Business email with flexible user creation and admin levels. The secure email app Tuta Mail enables you to send end-to-end encrypted emails to anybody. Even emails that are being sent without end-to-end encryption and all your contacts are stored securely encrypted on the Tutanota servers based in Germany. Tutanota also has an encrypted calendar, easily accessible from within the mail client. Our passion for privacy. Tuta Mail is being built by a team passionate about everybody's right to privacy. We are supported by an amazing community, which enables us to grow our team continuously, making the open source email app Tuta a lasting success without depending on venture capital interests. Tuta respects you & your data: - Only you can access your encrypted emails, calendars & contacts. - Tuta does not track or profile you. - Open source clients & apps. - Innovative full-text search feature lets you easily search your mailbox. - TLS with support of PFS, DMARC, DKIM, DNSSEC and DANE. - Secure password reset that gives us absolutely no access. - 100% developed and located in Germany under strict Data Protection Laws (GDPR). - Uses 100% renewable energy. Official website: https://tuta.com Source code: https://github.com/tutao/tutanota Crypto Notice This distribution includes cryptographic software. The country in which you currently reside may have restrictions on the import, possession, use, and/or re-export to another country, of encryption software. BEFORE using any encryption software, please check your country's laws, regulations and policies concerning the import, possession, or use, and re-export of encryption software, to see if this is permitted. Seehttp://www.wassenaar.org/ for more information. The U.S. Government Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), has classified this software as Export Commodity Control Number (ECCN) 5D002.C.1, which includes information security software using or performing cryptographic functions with asymmetric algorithms. The form and manner of this distribution makes it eligible for export under the License Exception ENC Technology Software Unrestricted (TSU) exception (see the BIS Export Administration Regulations, Section 740.13) for both object code and source code.

Rating

Rated 4.46 out of 5 stars by 450 users

Version Info

  • Current Version 220.240326.0
  • Last Updated 27 Mar 24
  • First Released 30 Nov 14
  • Minimum iOS Version 15.0
  • Device Models Supported 93

App Details

  • IPA Size 15.99 Mb
  • Price Free (USD)
  • Age Advisory 4+
  • Supported Languages 55
  • Developer Tutao GmbH
  • Bundle ID de.tutao.tutanota

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