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Comrade 04/24/2020 (Fri) 16:50:23 No. 1381
Any e-mail service recommended by comrades? I need a new one.
This is what you need, although they still are probably glowing. https://www.fsf.org/resources/webmail-systems
>>1384 A scam
>>1389 I use protonmail. What’s the problem with it? Is it preferable compared to, say, gmail?
riseup, nigggggga
>>1391 Their rules imply they read your emails. Not trustworthy.
>>1394 Can you point it out please?
wtf no one has mentioned cock.li? >free >honest >good quality viewer
>>1395 >You may not engage in the following activities through the services provided by riseup.net: >Harassing and abusing others by engaging in threats, stalking, or sending spam. >Misuse of services by distributing viruses or malware, engaging in a denial of service attack, or attempting to gain unauthorized access to any computer system, including this one. >Contributing to the abuse of others by distributing material where the production process created violence or sexual assault against persons. There's no way they could know this shit without reading your emails.
Tutanota is pretty good
>>1397 Just because a service provider has a rule doesn't mean they make any effort whatsoever to enforce it. It just means that they have a rule so if someone tries to sue them because a client blackmailed them, they can say "how can it be our fault when we very clearly said threats were very naughty and bad and not permitted?"
>>1396 You forgot > gets seized by Romanian FBI for hosting a child porn ring
After looking over what you get vs how complicated it is to get it going- Cock.li or Dismail. I use cock which is top notch especially the webmail if you use it but its uptime leaves a lot to be desired. So go for dismail if you use it for things that require stability. And avoid scams like protonmail. Riseup/Disroot require an invitation which is hard to get and like other other craps who do this, they tend to ban or reject your invite for stupid reasons like being anti-trump or shit like that. https://digdeeper.neocities.org/ghost/email.html >>1403 Its german, i think.
I hear people attack protonmail all the time but I never hear then substantiate their claims.
>>1405 It's fine as a throwaway email. Unfortunately it's such a pain to register anonymously since the conditions have to be just right, it's a lottery. Try and move on to something else if it doesn't work. IMO people who are obsessing over email providers are compensating for their lack of good OPSEC. You should never delegate your OPSEC to your email provider, assume they will stab you in the back. The essential question is just if you can use it in such a way to soften their backstabbing, e.g. can you register and use it anonymously over Tor.


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