Anonymous email on TOR


4 months ago
Are there anonymous email hidden services ?

Possibly free or with free trial period.

4 months ago
Of course, there are many of them. Here is not full list:

Disclaimer:
The first free .onion accessible email service that was widely used was tormail.net / tormail.org during 2011-2013. Tormail was taken down by the FBI because it happened to be hosted at FreedomHosting (a free .onion web host) whose server(s) the FBI seized because FH was allowing other things like CP to be hosted. The FBI now has full access to all the non-PGP encrypted information that was on the tormail server when they seized it, and they have used their access to that information in multiple investigations. Remember this when using such email services.


Free:
Mail2Torhttp://mail2tor2zyjdctd.onion - Free, Doesn't require javascript. Sometimes unreliable
SinBox - sinbox4ywhkabur3.onion - Very similar to TorBox, No outside emails can be sent or recieved. No javascript required. Has nothing to do with the clearnet.
Protonmailprotonirockerxow.onion - Free, widely used, requires javascript hosted in switzerland, claims to be impenetrable by the NSA. Requires clearnet HTTPS signup & JavaScript*! Must pay or verify SMS to get an account if you sign up with a tor or other blocked IP address.
elude.in - eludemaillhqfkh5.onion - Free, No javascript required, open signup. They run completely on donations. Here are some of their security features eludemaillhqfkh5.onion/about
Paranoid - paranoid2ezdphvm.onion - No javaScript. Invite only. Great service to say the least, If the sender doesn't encrypt the email they are sending to you with pgp Paranoid will encrypt it for you using your public key.
o3mail - ozon3kdtlr6gtzjn.onion Their clearnet site directs to their .onion. JavaScript required, they don't say much about it on the site.
SCRYPTMail scryptmaildniwm6.onion requires JavaScript.
danwin1210 - tt3j2x4k5ycaa5zt.onion Daniel Winzen's personal site which he offers free public email on. No Javascript.
RiseUp - zsolxunfmbfuq7wf.onion - Request Membership. Leftist Political collective, anti-racism, fascism and misogyny
OnionMail - Free. Has Around 20 servers. Doesn't require Javascript. list of OnionMail Servers you can sign up on via TOR - here
h4x0rz - xljoslkkijwgl5cr.onion - Free requires javascript for registration, has a wide selection of email domains to choose from.
Autistici / Inventatiwi7qkxyrdpu5cmvr.onion Request Membership - Socialist Political group
TorBox - torbox3uiot6wchz.onion - has nothing to do with the clearnet, all email is between TorBox users, JavaScript not required
VFEmail - 344c6kbnjnljjzlz.onion - Requires JavaScript for registration, keeps logs, has a lot of domains to choose from
The Donald Express - donexdeeosgvt67i.onion - Free, doesn't use JavaScript at all. Claimed he disabled all the logging he could find on the server
Systemli - h2qkxasmmqdmyiov.onion Free, invite only
bitmessage.ch - bitmailendavkbec.onion.Forces clearnet HTTPS with Google scripts at signup & requires a non-disposable email adddres to email your password to you; otherwise good. After registration no javascript required.
cock.li - cockmailwwfvrtqj.onion - Free email with smtp, pop & imap as well as (JavaScript required) RoundCube webmail, also has a lot of domains to choose from

Paid:
RayServers.com - https://nmf6cg7tiyqlhsg3.onion - Paid accounts only, responsive, agorist-friendly, competent support.
AnonInbox.net - http://ncikv3i4qfzwy2qy.onion - Paid accounts only, responsive support.
BitMai.la - http://oxicsiwet42jw4h4.onion - Very low-cost, paid accounts.
GuerrillaMail.com - http://grrmailb3fxpjbwm.onion
Lelantos.org - http://lelantoss7bcnwbv.onion - paid accounts only, lacking support
Mailbox - kqiafglit242fygz.onion - german provider with very low prices, only €1 a month for email and xmpp. No JavaScript required.
Mailbit - oxicsiwet42jw4h4.onion - Requires JavaScript, accepts Bitcoin $59.99 Billed Annually
Mail City - eozm6j6i4mmme2p5.onion - Don't even bother visiting this site. Their prices are insane.


If you want to connect to the .onion imap/pop3 and smtp servers for these providers in an email client, The TorBirdy Add-on for Thunderbird is an excellent choice that has been DNS leak tested.


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