CounterMail - protecting your privacy - encrypted pgp email webmail
CounterMail - the secure email provider
CounterMail is a secure and easy to use online email service, designed to provide maximum security and privacy without any unnecessary complexity.
You can access your email account at any time, from anywhere in the world. Your account will always be encrypted and anonymous.
CounterMail's encryption works automatically and transparently, it requires no specialized computer skills or knowledge. If you are comfortable using services like Hotmail or Gmail, you will be comfortable using CounterMail's secure email!
We are using a strong encryption protocol called OpenPGP, with 4096 bits encryption keys to protect your data. To the best of publicly available information, there is no known method which will allow a person or group to break OpenPGP:s encryption by cryptographic or computational means.
We are the first email provider that has these features:
Diskless web serversUnlike the competitors, our web servers are diskless. They don't have any hard drives and instead start from a CD-ROM. This will ensure that everything possible is being done to keep your anonymity.
More about our servers...
USB Key optionIf you purchase this option, your email account will become even more secure, because it will be impossible to login without your USB key inserted into the USB-port. More about the USB key...
MITM protectionAs far as we know, we're the only provider that has protection against Man-In-The-Middle attacks. The OpenPGP-encryption will always protect the contents of your email, but to protect your identity and to protect against MITM-attacks you must have another crypto layer. Most providers use SSL for this, but SSL is not always secure enough. Further information can be found here.
You can try it one week for free!
You can find our prices here.
Old webmail info and updates.
New payment URL
New registration page
New webmail version
Java problem in Firefox
Updated FireFoxPortable for Windows
Windows users, be aware.
Enable Java in Firefox 52
Added new credit card payment (Stripe)
Changed login page to detect Java problems
Bug in Java for MacOS Sierra.
Security upgrade on servers. 15 minutes downtime.
Added VCARD-Export and VCARD-Import for Contacts
Added PGP-packet analyzer on our Tools-page
Changed Trial accounts restrictions, read more.
New SSL/TLS certificate, fingerprints.
More storage space for members with 12 or 24 months subscriptions.
Updated our Tools-page.
We are working to open up the webmail for our Two Factor Auth-mobile app. We will send an email to our users when it's ready
Improved spam blocking
Added FAQ: How do I create good passwords?
Changed spam flag to minimize false Spam classifications. Read more
Updated CounterMailPortable. Read more
Bugfixes and Updated Offline Login and more. Read more
Updated our Tools page. Read more
Added Quota warnings. Read more
Changed new public keysize to 4096 bits.
New USB routine. Read more
Changed Trial account period to 7 days
Opened up our XMPP chat server.
Added new Support-system and a new FAQ
Updated Java info page
Added MacOS support for our USB-key
Added Countermail Portable for Windows
Added Safebox feature
Scheduled Maintenance - August 30, 13:00 GMT. Servers will be down for approx. 2-3 hours.
Added subfolder creation.
Applet and Certificate update
Added Wire transfer payment
Third party IMAP-clients need to clean their cache. Read here.
Added Domain Panel for all domain administrators
Added quick search
Added default Compose-alias
Added new session option for TOR/VPN/Proxy-surfing. Settings/Personal info - Lock IP-address
Added iPhone information
Added message filters
Updated alias function
Added new white theme
Added email notification
Added more server-side SPAM protection
New Compose window
Added instructions for Android phones
Added new feature:
Opened up for all !
Open website for Beta-testers
Installed our primary login and database servers
Comodo Usertrust certified our company for Java applet code signing
Domain name registration. Official start of the project.