When it comes to digital communication we have plenty of options to choose from. There’s SMS, IM and simple phone calls, but one of the most popular and constant forms is good old-fashioned email. According to a 2014 report from market research firm Radicati Group nearly 109 billion emails are sent and received each day.
Despite the enormous quantity number of emails being exchanged each day it’s still a good idea to take precautions to protect what you’re sharing and your privacy. Fortunately, there’s a great solution that’s simple and affordable, as in free, called Jumble.
Jumble is slightly different from other encrypted email service providers and online disposable email services. It’s a browser plugin that integrates with your existing email provider. You just install the Jumble browser plugin and you’re done. This eliminates having to set-up a new email address or alter how you interact with emails in general.
Using global encryption standards, Jumble creates random single-use AES keys for each email that you send. You can use Jumble with anyone regardless of whether they’re an existing Jumble user or not.
The free version of Jumble is compatible with Gmail and Chrome. A paid version is available and it works with company email services and others beginning around $5 per user per month.
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