Privacy Company Tutanota Rebrands as Tuta

If you’re tired of censorship and dystopian threats against civil liberties, subscribe to Reclaim The Net. In a bold move to streamline its brand and expand its privacy-focused ecosystem, privacy company Tutanota has announced a significant rebranding effort. Starting today, the secure email provider will be known as Tuta and boast a rare online distinction with its four-letter .com domain, Founded in 2014 as an encrypted email service, Tuta has been at the forefront of privacy technology, introducing innovations such as the first fully encrypted search tool in December 2017, encrypted desktop clients in December 2018, and an encrypted calendar by mid-2019. Tuta’s commitment to privacy doesn’t end with emails – the company is venturing into encrypted cloud storage solutions, aiming to create a comprehensive suite of secure online tools. In an era where data breaches are commonplace, Tuta emphasizes the simplicity of securely collaborating online with its suite of tools, all designed to protect user data with end-to-end encryption. The upcoming cloud storage service will extend this protection to larger files, facilitating secure collaboration without the fear of unauthorized access. Behind the scenes, Tuta is also pioneering post-quantum secure encryption, safeguarding its users against future cryptographic threats. The recent switch from bcrypt to Argon2 for password protection is just the beginning of their journey towards even more robust security measures. The acquisition of the domain is a story of serendipity and strategic moves, as shared by one of Tuta’s founders, Arne Möhle. After attempts to purchase the…Privacy Company Tutanota Rebrands as Tuta