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Skiff Mail is Open SourceCheck out Skiff Mail's product source code.
We’re excited to announce that Skiff Mail’s entire client code – including web, iOS, Android, and Desktop apps – will be completely open source at Skiff Mail.Starting today at launch, anyone will be able to check out the product codebase - understanding and ensuring how all data on Skiff Mail is completely end-to-end encrypted before ever leaving your device. We’ve also updated our Whitepaper to provide a detailed overview of Skiff Mail’s technical architecture and underlying cryptographic protocols.We have been committed to open source software since the very beginning of Skiff. We strongly believe that privacy cannot be just a promise; software must be available for anyone to independently audit and validate.In addition to Skiff Mail, we’ve already open sourced our component library (Skiff UI), encryption libraries (Typed Envelopes), and client-side search engine (Trawler). We will continue to open source Skiff as our ecosystem of products grows.As developers, we love working closely with the open source community. You can join our discord community to submit questions, suggest contributions, or just share what you’re working on. We will also be regularly updating the Skiff Mail repo to stay in-sync with the live version of the app.
Jason GinsbergSkiff is Open SourcingTransparency is a core component of Skiff's philosophy
Skiff TeamIntroducing Skiff Mail
Skiff TeamThe Security Benefits of Encrypted EmailThere are numerous benefits to using an encrypted email service as your primary email provider.
Skiff TeamEncrypted Email: Best Practices for Businesses and IndividualsNo one can live without email today: Emails are as much a part of our daily lives as brushing our teeth - a staple for communicating and checked constantly every morning, afternoon, and night.
Andrew MilichWhat is encrypted search?Searching over encrypted data is a unique challenge. What algorithms make it possible?