Friday, October 25, 2013

AnonyMail2 has been released!

If you've followed this blog for a while, you probably know that I write a little program called AnonyMail. AnonyMail isn't sexy software or software that will help you be more productive or get a date but it's software that does one thing and does it well: it protects your privacy when sending email.

AnonyMail began life last year as a side project that I thought might be useful. Then we found out that the US National Security Agency was spying on the world and the project became much more important to me. It became so important, in fact, that I formally brought it into my company as a product.

Now, after three months work, I'm proud to announce the release of AnonyMail2. AnonyMail2 takes the software to places I didn't even think of in version 1.

New Features Include:
  • Multi-hop message delivery to fully hide your true location
  • The ability to route your message through the Tor network
  • Arbitrary sized message padding to defeat traffic analysis
  • Strong, encrypted, connections to the server for message delivery
As of today, the Windows version of AnonyMail2 is available for immediate direct purchase from our GumRoad sales site. Versions for Ubuntu and Mac are coming as soon as we get approved in the respective app stores.

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