Tagged: Security

Analysis of the Microsoft Exchange Server hack

It is been more than a month now since Microsoft first acknowledged a data breach on its on-premises Microsoft Exchange Server. Attackers were able to get administrator privileges on affected...

Avoid email vendor lock-in at all costs

What happens when you would like to change the supplier that has your private email data on its servers? Is it possible to get your data back? In the following...

Protecting your devices when traveling

Even the most privacy-conscious among us encounter various security threats when travelling. Unless your laptop is inside a Zero Halliburton briefcase handcuffed to your wrist, it’s difficult to keep your...

Mailfence a participé à la CPDP2018

Mailfence at CPDP2018: A brief rundown!

In continuation to Mailfence at CPDP 2018, this blogpost will provide a brief run-down of our overall experience with regards to the event. Our team engaged with a number of...

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...