You can send us an email anytime to firstname.lastname@example.org, but if the information you have is sensitive, then it is better to use secure communications channels.
Encrypted messagesYou can send messages or even share files with us using Signal, which is an easy-to-use application that encrypts communication. This application can be downloaded to Android and iOS phones, and having an account you can also download it to your computer.
Our phone number: +36 70 395 1288
You can contact us on Whatsapp too, which provides encrypted messaging.
The phone number is the same: +36 70 395 1288
Encrypted emailYou can securely email us using PGP encryption. If you have not used this encryption method before, all you have to do is to install the application called Mailvelope. PGP encryption provides encryption for the body text of your emails and of the attached files, but does not encrypt the sender’s and the recipient’s email address, nor the subject of the mail. Keep this in mind and do not share sensitive information in these fields.
In order to send an email using PGP encryption, you have to send us your public PGP key (you will be provided one during the installation process of Mailvelope). You’ll also need our public PGP keys, which you can find below:
fingerprint: 0968 2D13 EBFD C5C5 E582 DD99 F5D1 241E E7DC B432
fingerprint: BAD8 F184 99D4 F776 5066 2A6A 40D6 B695 7540 EFB9
fingerprint: 57FE DA82 5D6F 835B 4293 6128 238C 5F1B 1F61 D220
fingerprint: 723D F2FD 05B1 2624 2436 0955 E785 8AF0 6AA4 EDFB
fingerprint: F1D5 5CDA 7760 FCEB A81C 8BD9 4475 51CC FCF0 938B
You can send encrypted mail through Protonmail too. This application also encrypts email but only the ones sent between two Protonmail addresses. So, to use the service, you need to register at the website of Protonmail (it’s free) and the recipient should be email@example.com.
Encrypted file sharingYou can safely share files with us using a free internet browser called Tor and an additional file sharing software called Onionshare. Tor is a browser that (unlike the most popular ones like Chrome or Firefox) keeps the user’s identity secret. This means that while browsing with Tor you are basically invisible on the internet. Onionshare is a file sharing application that generates random IP addresses where it uploads the files you’d like to share. Nobody but you will know these IP address until you decide to share it. File sending is quite easy:
- Download both softwares and install them
- Start both applications
- Upload your file using Onionshare’s ’Add files’ menu and then click ’Start Sharing’
- After a short while, the application will produce your unique IP address that you can open from Tor
- Send us the IP address using PGP, Signal or Whatsapp.
Post mailSending documents offline via post is still one of the safest ways to communicate. Here’s our address:
Direkt36 10 Pozsonyi street, II./8. H-1137 Budapest