Be sure you're connecting to Hushmail

Your connection to our website is confirmed by an Extended Validation SSL certificate owned by Hush Communications Canada, Inc

If you see a certificate warning when accessing Hushmail, do not continue. Someone may be attempting to intercept your communications. However, the most likely cause of an invalid certificate warning is that the date is set incorrectly on your computer. If this is the case, please correct the date setting on your computer and then reload the Hushmail website.

To confirm that you are really connecting to Hushmail:

Note: These instructions are for customers using Mozilla Firefox. If you are using other web browsing software, the steps will be very similar. The term fingerprint may be replaced with thumbprint.
  1. Navigate to https://www.hushmail.com/
  2. Click the padlock in your web browser's address bar.

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  3. Click the arrow to Show connection details, then click More information.

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  4. Click View Certificate.

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Compare the Fingerprints to the following: 

SHA-256:

ED:77:6A:83:F9:9D:5F:2B:73:12:C0:3A:04:26:FF:EB:11:3E:C8:82:B6:35:17:AD:17:86:9B:C7:49:BF:12:25

SHA-1:

C0:F8:D6:EC:21:AF:26:DA:9B:CA:AC:A6:9D:93:CD:B2:00:6C:77:18

 

If the two values are not identical, do not continue using the Hushmail website.