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Prevent ransomware attacks

Top 5 Ways To Prevent Ransomware Attacks

Ransomware is software developed to scramble infected computer systems, computers, tablets, or smartphones screen content or files so that data become unreadable. Hackers can then claim a ransom to unlock...

Hacked email

Steps To Take When Your Email Is Hacked

Think your email account may have been hacked? Most of us use email so often and from so many machines that it might be hacked one day. But don’t panic....

Why use a virtual machine

Virtual Machine: What Is It And Why Use It?

A virtual machine is another practical method to improve your security and privacy by protecting your device (computer, server) from many cyber threats, preventing it from getting compromised. But don’t...

Release Notes July 2022

Mailfence Release Notes July 2022

We’re happy to present the Mailfence Release Notes July 2022 with several improvements, and fixes. New Features Dark display mode for desktop version of web interface. File previewer on web...

Do I need OpenPGP

What is OpenPGP?

OpenPGP is one of the standard protocols for encryption/signature of data. It is the most widely used email encryption standard. It’s also one of the ways Mailfence provides security and...

SSL certificate KB

Mailfence knowledge base: SSL/TLS certificate

This blog post provides details over the SSL/TLS certificate for the Mailfence knowledge base (KB). A modern browser should automatically check the validity of the Mailfence KB SSL/TLS certificate and...

Protect devices travelling

Tips To Protect Your Devices When Travelling

Our smartphones, computers, tablets, and other electronic gadgets are so much a part of our daily lives that it is now inconceivable not to take them with us when travelling...