As a kid, did you also assign each letter of the alphabet to another and write secret messages to your friends, perhaps even invisibly with lemon juice?
Caesar or Atbash cipher is a great start, but it isn’t very secure, online. Making the leap to communicating with encrypted emails isn’t very difficult, and it’s a great way to improve your online privacy game.
In fact, our guide on how to send and receive encrypted email walks you through those steps. With the newest release of Mozilla’s email program Thunderbird, it’s even easier.
So gather those childhood friends of yours, have a key generating party, and reclaim your private conversations with them. This time using encryption that’s a bit harder to crack.
One step closer to privacy online,