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4 Aug 3 min read

How is Email Privacy Compromised?

Email systems are flawed today. Email clients and email service providers can read users' email communication. They are vulnerable to data breaches, and 3rd parties can misuse them. Email security is imperative.
Some email service providers use PGP (Pretty Good Privacy), through which users can only secure the body of the email, leaving the subject line, which carries critical information about the email unencrypted. However, searching encrypted emails is inconvenient in PGP-based emails. Hence, the usability and convenience of such email systems are compromised.

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4 Aug 2 min read

How does Zunu Mail make your emails completely private?

Today, all email service providers have privacy concerns like unlimited access and permission to read our emails, resulting in compromised security and privacy of our communication. So it holds for cloud-based email service providers and open-source email systems used by federal agencies. In addition, email service providers record keystrokes while composing emails. So current email privacy can hardly be the standard for the new economy.

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4 Aug 8 min read

Biggest Email Hacks that drive the need for Email Privacy

Our email accounts are one of the most precious digital assets we have with us. It is almost impossible to operate without an email account these days. It would explain why more than 3 million emails are sent out every second. But unfortunately, most people don’t think twice before sending an email, assuming their emails are secure and their privacy won’t be compromised.
Below, we look at some of the most significant email breaches this century, which is an eye-opener as to why emails aren’t as safe as you think.

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