Whether you realize it or not emails are like postcards!
Just as a postcard can be intercepted and read as it’s being sent through the postal network….so can an email. They can even be edited.
You may have heard of 256-bit AES and 2048 bit RSA keys; You may have heard about the time complexity and effort taken to crack a key; Or key exchange; or Or algorithms;
Existing end-to-end solutions are: Hard; Frustrating; and Time consuming.
Just like you don’t need to be a mechanic to drive a car we believe you don’t need to be a computer scientist to send encrypted emails.
You don’t need to know all this because sending an encrypted email can be as simple as clicking a button.
Click on the link https://jumble.io/privacy#register to register with Jumble for FREE (copy & paste this link in to your internet browser)
We’re not saying you’re a kid – just that we’ve made our tutorial as simple as possible ;)
You can watch a video instead if you prefer at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MDnPY6QJbXA (copy & paste this link in to your internet browser)
More email providers coming soon!
Create a Gmail account at https://accounts.google.com/SignUp?continue=https://accounts.google.com/ManageAccount (copy & paste this link in to your internet browser)
More web browsers coming soon!
Get Chrome at http://www.google.com/chrome/ (copy & paste this link in to your internet browser)
Click on the link https://jumble.io/privacy#register (copy & paste this link in to your internet browser) to register with Jumble for FREE
Get the Jumble extension at https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/jumble/fjiggkonckoakfpobglkbckakfgcnidh (copy & paste this link in to your internet browser)
How to protect your emails
Why encrypt your emails?
Why encrypt your emails?
Most people only protect their emails while
they are in transit (i.e. being sent from your
internet browser to the recipient’s browser).
But emails live forever and data should be
protected at all times.
The only way to do this is to use end-to-end
How to install Jumble
(Explain it to me like I’m a kid)
Step 1: Do you have Gmail?
go to Step 2 on the
Step 2: Using Chrome?
Go to Step 3
Step 3: Register
Register for FREE!
Note: you’ll be brought to Jumble’s site and asked
• Give us your Gmail address; and
• Create a password.
Step 4: Install Jumble
Go to the Google Chrome store
Click the button
You will now see the Jumble extension in
your Chrome browser
Step 5: Login to Jumble
• Click the logo in your Chrome browser
• The window below will pop open for you to
log in to.
Gmail address you registered; and
The password you created in Step 3
Step 6: Protect your data
Compose an email and select
the newly added
button to encrypt your data.
Note: You can still send emails
that are not encrypted – Jumble
gives you the choice…