Security experts declare all Proton apps secure after they pass their security audit

February 9th, 2022 in Open source audits, Proton news, Security

At Proton, transparency is one of our core principles. Simply put, people cannot make informed decisions without knowing how their data is secured, which is why we have made all our apps open source. This “security through transparency” approach means our apps consistently face rigorous scrutiny, and it also means that any potential vulnerabilities are …

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The new ProtonMail has passed its independent security audit

July 5th, 2021 in Open source audits, Proton news, Security

At ProtonMail, we believe everyone should be in control of their personal data. A critical component of controlling your data is having the ability to make informed decisions about who you entrust with your data and how it is secured. Most companies rely on security through obscurity and do not share their code, making it …

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ProtonMail’s open-source encryption library, OpenPGPjs, has passed an independent security audit

August 16th, 2018 in Encryption, Open source audits, Proton news

At ProtonMail, our goal is to make encryption as widespread and accessible as possible. We believe a key step toward that is having well-maintained, robust, and secure open source encryption libraries. This is the goal of our efforts on the OpenPGPjs encryption library, which is today used by hundreds of applications (including ProtonMail) serving millions …

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