Hushmail Alternatives

Discussion in 'Hushmail' started by popowich, Nov 9, 2014.

  1. popowich

    popowich EQ Forum Admin Staff Member

    Aug 12, 2008
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    Are you looking for alternatives to Hushmail?

    The following is a list of secure services that can be considered:
    • CounterMail - Secure email provider with support for USB keys
    • ETHICmail - Legal resistant email service
    • LuxSci - Secure Business Email and Security Solutions (including HIPAA compliance)
    • ProtonMail - Secure email service located in Switzerland
    • Riseup - Secure online communication tools
    • RuggedInbox - Open source based email located outside the United States.
    • S-Mail - Strong encryption email service with fast customer support
    • SCRYPTmail - Encrypted mailbox that's tough to crack if a government agency requests the contents.
    • VirTru - Email encryption add-on compatible with popular email services and desktop programs

    Last edited: Jun 11, 2015
  2. gavinjumble

    gavinjumble Jumble

    Jun 11, 2015
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    Just thought I'd add to this list: Jumble (Best secure email service, simple email security | Jumble is a free, integrated, end-to-end email encryption solution that integrates with existing email systems. Right now Gmail users can sign up and use Jumble for free for life (business users pay a small monthly subscription). Importantly and unlike some other providers listed here, Jumble doesn't ever hold a copy of your email data and we don't have access to your encryption keys.

    We also support iOS and Outlook.

    Want to see just how easy it is to get started? Watch this short tutorial video:

    Note: regardless of whether your a personal or business user, decryption of messages will always be FREE.

    Full disclosure: I'm one of the founders of Jumble

    Last edited by a moderator: Jun 11, 2015

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