Support for end-to-end encryption: ProtonCalendar, the main security-protected calendar app, goes live

ProtonMail, the developer of ProtonMail, a well-known e-mail product, recently reintroduced a new encryption product called ProtonCalendar. Unlike the services offered by giants such as Microsoft and Google, the software brings a more secure calendar experience to consumers and is the first to offer a high level of encryption for consumers’ calendar experiences. The biggest difference is that it supports end-to-end encryption, providing proper security.

Support for end-to-end encryption: ProtonCalendar, the main security-protected calendar app, goes live

Support for end-to-end encryption: ProtonCalendar, the main security-protected calendar app, goes live

For consumers, there are many calendar apps available. In addition to the services provided by microsoft, Google and other tech giants, there are many products in the app store that meet the personalized needs of users. However, these calendar apps tend to focus more on functional optimization and integration, such as Google Calendar, which integrates Gmail plug-ins, and automatically lists upcoming newsletters, appointments, and more.

Support for end-to-end encryption: ProtonCalendar, the main security-protected calendar app, goes live

But in the calendar category, few vendors design products from the point of view of protecting consumers’ personal messages, which is what ProtonCalendar was born with. The app is currently available as beta and can be used with ProtonMail 4.0 email service. Users can access the beta version by logging into their ProtonMail account.

The calendar icon appears in protonMail’s left menu. The company says that if the user doesn’t see the icon, they need to refresh the page. Proton indicates that its calendar service encrypts the location, title, participant, description, and title of the event entered in ProtonCalendar.

Information remains encrypted on Proton’s servers, helping to protect users from hackers and other issues. The company said users had been pressing for the launch of encrypted calendar products. Looking ahead, Proton said it was preparing to launch ProtonDrive, a cloud service for storing and sharing documents.

Visit: https://protonmail.com/blog/protoncalendar-beta-en/

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