Zero knowledge, simple email encryption by Jumble; secures your emails and attachments in Gmail, Google Apps, Outlook and more
Simple email encryption... because you can't afford not to. Jumble provides simple, zero knowledge, end-to-end email encryption along with seamless integration with Google Apps for Business, Microsoft Outlook and iPhone/iPad. Read and write emails as normal and simply click 'Secure Send' to ensure your email is protected; Jumble can also encrypt all attachments, regardless of the file type. Reading encrypted emails is as easy as opening them for the sender and recipient, while remaining perfectly secure and unreadable by any third party. To get started just click ‘Add to Chrome’ ** How to use Jumble: ** 1) Click ‘Add to Chrome’ to install the Jumble extension 2) Click the Jumble extension in your browser and login using your Jumble account – if you don’t have an account you can register for free at https://www.jumble.io/users/register 3) Open Gmail 4) Compose a new email as normal 5) Add secure attachments by clicking the blue Jumble ‘Secure Attachment’ icon in the Compose toolbar 6) Now click the new Jumble button, labelled ‘Secure Send’ to ensure your email is protected 7) To read a secure email simply open the email as normal, you’ll notice encrypted emails will automatically decrypt as you open the email ** How secure is Jumble ** Jumble uses open-source encryption algorithms that have been peer reviewed over many years by industry experts; specifically Jumble uses a mix of 2048-bit RSA keys with 256-bit AES keys. These algorithms are the global de-facto standard in data security. All encryption and decryption in Jumble happens right within your browser, which means that nobody, including Jumble, ever sees your data. Unlike other email encryption providers Jumble is a true zero-knowledge provider and never takes a copy of your email data or attachments. ** Jumble is perfect for... ** - Protecting healthcare information – if you need to be HIPAA compliant then you need Jumble to secure your email data - Protecting legal documents and sensitive files - Privacy and security conscious individuals ** Plans & Pricing ** Jumble is free for all individual users. Paid plans are available for business users with custom email domains. Business users get a 30-day free trial and we never charge to decrypt an email. We'll be adding support for more email providers, browsers and Android very shortly.
- (2018-02-08) Michael Archangel: Excellente encryption d'emails, open-source, facile et gratuite. Je recommande à tous !
- (2015-12-29) Great product & easy to use
- (2015-05-13) risk racca: When should we protect out information? ALWAYS It nice that jumble makes ALWAYS so easy. Hats off!
- (2015-03-19) Andrei Fuentes: Quite useful Chrome extension. The installation process was simpler than I thought it would be.
- (2015-02-12) Kieran Cummins: Easy install and use. Simply install extension, register on the site, then send encrypted emails with the click of a button.
- (2014-08-12) Gary Craig: Easy install and well integrated with native gmail- just what I was looking for.
- (2014-08-10) Emmet Kearney: Simple to install and works seamlessly when I want to protect my information!
- (2014-05-06) Noha AUGUSTIN: Pretty easy to install, I forgot I have it. Nice to have my emails safe
- (2014-04-15) Damo Davis: Easy to install/use and really helpful when sending personal information
- (2019-03-12, v:0.1.1.87) Shanmuganathan Srirahulan Srirahulan: Did you product only support for Gmail?
Did you product only support for Gmail?
- (2018-12-31, v:0.1.1.86) Dinah Dziolek: HIPPA Compliant?
Does your product offer a HIPPA Business Associates Agreement? Thank you!
- (2018-10-25, v:0.1.1.82) J. Gomes: Permissions that scream "RUN AWAY FROM THIS EXTENSION"?
The extension requests a lot of permissions, some of which feel irrelevant and invasive. I even checked the FAQ (https://www.jumble.io/faq) but the reason for these permissions is still not clear: Developers really need to do a good job of explaining why each and every one permission is needed... In particular: * "Read browsing history"? How does this convince privacy-minded individuals that your extension is respectful of their privacy? * "Manage your apps, extensions and themes"? This is usually a red flag in terms of browser security.
- (2017-05-27, v:0.1.1.78) Kathy Bingham: can not use the send or attachment
I can not use the send or attachment buttons in either secure or none secure mode on my gmail. I have installed the current version. Please help! Kathy Bingham
- (2016-04-06, v:0.1.1.76) Kseniya Blashchuk: i want to use my own generated keypair
I want to use my own generated keypair. How do I do this?