We support anonymous usage and do not stockpile your personal data. Therefore, nothing can be made to reveal it.
We use strong encryption and state-of-the-art technologies. This ensures the confidentiality of your messages.
Iceland has among the strongest privacy laws that allow anonymous usage and instantly deleting your data.
CTemplar’s exclusive 4-Wall Protection guarantees complete wall-to-wall protection of your data.
Today, cyberattacks are the fastest-growing crime globally, surpassing illegal drug sales, human trafficking and other crimes. Cybersecurity Ventures even predicts that the global cost of cybercrime in 2021 will hit $6 trillion, which comparatively, is more than any world economy except for the United States and China. With that, here are our future cybersecurity predictions […]
January 17, 2021
Tor Risks and Security Issues Unfortunately, like anything else in life (online or offline), Tor is not perfect either and it has its flaws. We’ll go over the biggest ones here: It can leak your IP address One of the biggest reasons why it’s not a good idea to rely solely on Tor if you […]
January 13, 2021
Email Security Roundup 2020 (Biggest Email Scams, Phishing Attacks, BECs and Data Breaches of the Year)
2020 is almost at an end (thankfully). And while we certainly can’t say it was a particularly good year, considering the global pandemic, for some it was even worse as they’ve been victims to email scams, BEC, phishing attacks and data breaches. So let’s take a look back at some of the biggest business email […]
January 3, 2021
What is email security? Email security is a set of procedures and techniques used in email communication to protect email accounts and data the email contains against loss, compromise, or unauthorized access. Email is a great and easy-to-use communication channel, both for individuals and companies. Unfortunately, when people use email, they often do so without […]
December 30, 2020
If you are like most people (85% according to a Mobile Email Statistics report by 99 Firms), you are probably using your smartphone to check your email. However, with cyber threats around every Internet corner and potential data breaches (recently even several US federal agencies got breached, possibly due to a phishing email), it has […]
December 18, 2020
Have you received an email that appears to have been sent by someone you know but you had a feeling there was something just off with it? That email could have been sent by someone else entirely and you might have been a victim of an email spoofing attack. If that happened and you’ve already […]
December 16, 2020