Saturday, November 12, 2016

From Swiss Banks to Swiss Emails - Politicians, Businessmen, People Another Liking - Proton Mail

From Swiss Banks to Swiss Emails -
Politicians, Businessmen,
People Another Liking -
Proton Mail

From Swiss Banks to Swiss Emails - Politicians, Businessmen, People Another Liking - Proton Mail

For last 20 or 30 decades, Swiss banks were the favourites of politicians, business men, mafia people through out the world. From Hollywood to Bollywood to Lollywood, movies in any language depict Swiss banks as the routes to store bad men black money. Many politicians from different parts of the planet have won their elections by connecting their counterparts to Swiss banks.

Despite all these melodramatic manifestations, Swiss banks have earned a sweet fame like Swiss chocolates. People recognize these bankers for their honesty, privacy and security.


In this cyber space where scams, leaks, hackings like activities are pacing up, a Swiss organization called Proton Technologies offers a secure email service called ProtonMail.




 Proton Mail


Proton mail is slowly becoming a liking for different people, around the globe, for different reasons:

1. End to End Encryption: This means user data cannot be read by ProtonMail. It encryption logic is handed over to third parties and ProtonMail servers do not store user encryption keys.


2. Compatible with insecure email providers like Gmail and Yahoo etc. One can access through its web version or install its mobile app (Android or iOS).


3. ProtonMail is based in Geneva, Switzerland and provides users additional protection through extraordinarily strong Swiss privacy laws.


Most of the people have concerns that their government have mass surveillance setup and they are reading their mails. That's why they have a liking towards Propton Mail. Proton Technologies claim that they a have users base which has crossed 1 Million mark already.

Recently they have published post on blog "Donald Trump will control the NSA – what this means for your privacy" raising concerns about privacy invasion and offering ProtonMail free encrypted email services.

If you remember Vijay Mallya Episode, the magazine Sunday Guardian claimed that they interviewed him. The journalist of Sunday Guardian shared the screenshots of Vijay Mallay's mail showing sender name as vjmallya@protonmail.com

Good Use or Bad Use, whatever it is! No doubt ProtonMail is becoming people's favourite.


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