Category: Security

Welcome to the Security archives of the Mailfence Blog.

Protect your data when crossing borders

Protect your data when crossing borders

Anyone who has traveled to the United States will know how seriously border security is taken. In recent years, Customs & Border Protection (CBP) agents have been increasingly searching travelers’...

portes dérobées de chiffrement : peuvent-elles fonctionner ?

Encryption Backdoors: Can they work?

Certain events have led to renewed calls from governments and law enforcement for more sophisticated tools for monitoring suspects. One idea that has received renewed attention is ‘encryption backdoors.’ An encryption backdoor...

Mailfence anonymity

User data security, privacy and anonymity

User security, privacy and anonymity are three related concepts that overlap. In this blogpost, we will try to explain how Mailfence relates to each of them. What is security, privacy...

Mailfence Digital Signature

OpenPGP digital signature best practices

In a recent post, we discussed the OpenPGP encryption best practices. Digital signatures on the other hand are also a vital part of OpenPGP which gets used both by advanced and entry level users....

meilleures pratiques de cryptage OpenPGP

OpenPGP encryption best practices

Strong encryption is no longer a privilege of geeks and paranoids, but is becoming mainstream. However, true end-to-end encryption is not out-of-the-box and generally requires you to activate a number of...

ssl certificate

Mailfence blog: SSL certificate

This is a follow up of last blog post Mailfence launches new blog, and provide details over the SSL/TLS certificate for this blog. A modern browser should automatically check the...