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12,220 votesunder review · 66 comments · Feedback » Features seen on other services · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →Laurent commented
Dustin has a good point. The issue is that if spamgourmet is able to provide it for free, they must be able to get something from it : your data. To answer Dustin, yes it definitely kills end to end encryption. Spamgourmet and Blur are able to read the whole content of every e-mail going through their addresses. I would love to have a disposable address with good security and privacy from which I can reply to e-mails. Protonmail Pro lets you have a catch-all on your domains, but you can only send e-mails from limited addresses.
U2F support will be available in ProtonMail soon.
115 votesLaurent commented
Dear Jason, what's wrong with Signal ? https://whispersystems.org/
It only works from a smartphone, but that's not an issue for me at least. I have been using their app for messaging since a while and a made a few calls with it, perfectly fine. Sure, something with "ProtonMail" logo might feel more secure.