> Wouldn't the attacker immediately be able to tell that the inbox is fake simply by sending en email to it? Am I missing something?
Exactly. I haven't heard this system played out for email yet.
> I've always wondered about systems that advertise plausible deniability. What's to stop your adversary from continuing to beat you with a $5 wrench while screaming, "Now enter the REAL password!"
Plausible deniability is for the legal world. There is no solution for someone torturing you.
How do you use the app with no password? That doesn't make any sense. Get a password manager application.
Why are people voting for this? Let the developers worry about real feature requests.
What? First, why would you want this? Second, isn't the entire system built around Tutanota not knowing, and having only one password?
Already asked for this. Search and vote for "reply-to", that is what you are referring to.
Building an encrypted calendar is at the top of our to-do list right now as we desperately need a solution to schedule and share calendar entries securely ourselves. However, first, we have to finish the new client to push it our of beta and update the Tutanota Android and iOS apps so that you can use your encrypted mailbox with very good speeds and many more features on all your devices. Once we are done with that, we will build the encrypted calendar.
Thank you very much for your continuous support.