Schleuder is a group’s email-gateway: subscribers can exchange encrypted emails among themselves, receive emails from non-subscribers and send emails to non-subscribers via the list. How it works
We give our time and knowledge to build and maintain this project in order to help people with their daily private communication and in the struggle for their personal emancipation, social and economic justice and political freedom. Why we do it
2018-05-14: Schleuder 3.2.3 released! This release fixes some bugs, e.g. with emails sent by Thunderbird/Enigmail with “protected subjects” (they are not leaked anymore and keywords can be found again). Also error messages are converted into human readable text now, instead of giving their class-name. And we moved the project to our own domain, schleuder.org! For all details please see the changelog. Packages for Debian and CentOS will follow as soon as possible. This release is not related to “efail” (a disclosure of vulnerabilities in email-programs that handle encrypted HTML-messages).
2018-03-28: Vulnerability in dependencies of schleuder-web. Anyone running schleuder-web should update the gems “loofah” and “rails-html-sanitizer” by running “bundle update loofah rails-html-sanitizer” as soon as possible. (See CVE-2018-8048 and CVE-2018-3741 for details.)
2018-02-19: Linux-packages for Schleuder 3.2.2 available. For Debian (stretch-backports) and CentOS (EL 7) there are now packages of Schleuder version 3.2.2 available to easily install and upgrade it. Please see the installation instructions for details on how to use the packages. For details about version 3.2.2 please read the changelog.
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