Encryption = Good

How to send us encrypted email

Be it important documentation or access information. Being able to securely exchange information is key (no pun intended).

Anyone feeling the need to can send us encrypted emails. We know taking the first step is the hardest so here is some information to help.

You can find our public key on Keybase

Web Mail Users (Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, etc.)

You can download and install the free Mailvelope Plugin for Chrome or Firefox browsers to enable you to send encrypted email from your browser based web mail.

Detailed step-by-step instructions

Specific OS and/or Email Clients


Mozilla Thunderbird is a free open-source email client with the ability to have add-ons such as Enigmail to enable secure encrypted emails.

Detailed step-by-step instructions


Apple Mail Users

You can download GPG Tools Suite for free to send encrypted emails from your Apple Mail client.


Windows Outlook users can use GPG4Win to encrypt emails.

Detailed step-by-step instructions

Other Options

If you are feeling more adventurous you can take a look at using GnuPG with Mutt or Mailpile.

To send us encrypted email you need to know our public key which is in the email signature of all our emails.

You can also search the MIT PGP key server for our public keys.