How to Create an Anonymous Email Address

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How to Create an Anonymous Email
Guerrilla Mail provides disposable, temporary email. Now, for some, the need to go truly anonymous is more important than ever. Eric narrowly averted a career in food service when he began in tech publishing at Ziff-Davis over 25 years ago. If you want to browse the web anonymously and use that private time to set up an email , you need not only a virtual private network , but also the Tor Browser , a security-laden, Mozilla-based browser from the Tor Project. These accounts are limited by the amount of email storage provided or the number of emails you can send per month.

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Create an Anonymous Account Find a free e-mail service. Click on the "sign up" option. Create a screen-name that has no connection to you. Use an alias instead of your real name. Complete the sign-up process. Type and send your email. More. The Anonymous Email is a pretty basic tool that lets you send anonymous emails. The only information required to create an account is an existing email account. If you’re concerned about sharing your personal email, then you can create a burner email account to register for the service. Creating an anonymous email account takes a bit of work, but the Tor Browser and these two anonymous email providers make it much easier. To comment on this article and other PCWorld content, visit our Facebook page or our Twitter feed.