Lavaboom is an open source end to end encrypted email provider from Germany
-sleek user interface
-supports 3 languages at interface (english, deutsch, french)
-export keys as json
-full openpgp implementation
-lavaboom sync to host keys
-yubikey support for premium users (should be for anyone)
Protonmail is a swiss based email provider. All hosting is located at Switzerland.
-Protected by Switzerland privacy laws
-Custom css support
-One domain alias (works with .ch and .com domains)
-Extra box password to reach content (2nd auth)
-Full disk encryption
Tutanota is another Germany based hence they claim to be protective against NSA wiretapping.
-Default Delivery mode
-one username alias also on package (You can use firstname.lastname@example.org and yournamesomething@tutanota both in one mailbox)
-minimalist, fast interface
-tutanota means “secure message” in latin
Feature Lavaboom Protonmail Tutanota
SSL (Qualys Degree) A+ (4096bits) A+ (4096bits) A (2048bits)
Open Source Has Github Repo (?) Has Github repo
Key Management + -(an empty tab for it) -
Encryption OpenPGP Aes256 bits (CBC mode ?) Aes 128 bits
Plans 500mb free 1gb beta 1gb beta
1gb beta 5gb promotion
Final opinions: These European providers has good European laws to hide behind, but they are not generous about quotas. Protonmail has left big questions on my mind when i tried to inspect the code. Protonmail has to be open source it rapidly to earn trust. My Points (over 10): Lavaboom 8, Tutanota 7, Protonmail 5.
I thank to all providers for letting me accept beta programs.
author of cryptocat and minilock Nadim Kobeissi has created a new security application called Peerio. Peerio combines secure messaging, file sharing and storage.
Peerio lets you send messages, share files, and store documents online — securely and privately. Free cloud storage keeps your files online and ready to send from anywhere. It’s as easy to use as e-mail, but with a significant additional layer of security — end-to-end encryption.
You can try Peerio from google webstore: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/peerio/khipofjlgnklanmhddccafbogkkhmdpm;
Sources are here
#snoopsnitch is an Android app that collects and analyzes mobile radio data to make you aware of your mobile network security and to warn you about threats like fake base stations (IMSI catchers), user tracking and over-the-air updates. With SnoopSnitch you can use the data collected in the GSM Security Map at gsmmap.org and contribute your own data to GSM Map.
This application currently only works on Android phones with a Qualcomm chipset and a stock Android ROM (or a suitable custom ROM with Qualcomm DIAG driver). It requires root priviliges to capture mobile network data.
- Qualcomm-based Android phone (see device list)
- Stock Android ROM, version 4.1 or later
Note: Custom Android ROMs like CyanogenMod may or may not work, depending on the availability of a Qualcomm DIAG kernel driver (DIAG_CHAR).
- Root privileges on phone
The following devices have been found to be incompatible and can not be used with SnoopSnitch:
- Unsupported. Devices with custom ROM such as CyanogenMod which lacks the Qualcomm DIAG kernel driver (DIAG_CHAR)
- Unsupported. Every device without Qualcomm chipset
- Unsupported. Samsung Galaxy S2 & S3
- Unsupported. Nexus 5 with stock Android
- Unsupported. Huawei Ascend Y300
SnoopSnitch is released under the GPL v3 license (cf. source:COPYING). The app is known to built under Linux and OS X, see source:README for build instructions.