To use the Web App of REDDCRYPT it is necessary that the browser used supports the Web Cryptography API. Simplified this API allows that – although you work in the browser – all encryption and decryption is done locally on your device. For us this is an elementary function and a key feature which is why we as a provider also have no possibility to read your e-mails (details about the technology of REDDCRYPT).
You can say that all modern browsers support this Web Cryptography API which is why the REDDCRYPT Web App should also work with all modern browsers.
Below you will find an overview of the browsers we have tested. The browsers are tested again in irregular intervals. However it can be expected that all following versions will be supported as well because it does not make sense for the developers of the browsers to remove the API again.
|Browser||Tested version||operational||Last tested||Anmerkung|
|Internet Explorer||11.900.18362.0||No||August 06, 2020||Does not support the API|
|Firefox||79.0||Yes||August 06, 2020||–|
|Edge||84.0.522.52||Yes||August 06, 2020||–|
|Safari für Windows||5.1.7||No||August 06, 2020||Safari for Windows is not further developed by Apple|
|Safari für Mac||13.1.1||Yes||August 06, 2020||–|
|Google Chrome||84.0.4147.105||Yes||August 06, 2020||–|
|Vivaldi||3.2.1967.41||Yes||August 06, 2020||–|
|Opera||70.0.3728.95||Yes||August 06, 2020||–|
|T-Online Browser||220.127.116.11||Yes||August 06, 2020||–|
|Tor Browser||9.5.3||Yes||August 06, 2020||–|
|Brave||1.11.104||Yes||August 06, 2020||–|