Technically, the address will exist forever, and never be used again.
Any messages received at the address, accessible at guerrillamail.com, only last one hour.
It'll take longer to load a website than it would with Firefox or Chrome, but that's the price of vigilance.
The free Tor Browser is available in 16 languages, for Windows, mac OS, and Linux.
With no signup required, you enter the email name you want for an @address you can hand out. It's that simple, though it's not for sending messages.
Whenever you're asked for an email, just make up a name and stick @at the end.entire claim to fame is that it's easy to use, doesn't include advertising, and has built-in encryption between members.Of course, to get all that, you have to pay for it, starting at .98 per year for 10GB of online storage; a free version offers 25MB of storage. Businesses can use Hushmail starting at .99 per user/month for nonprofits (going up to .99 for small businesses and .99 for legal and healthcare entities), plus a one-time .99 setup fee for everyone provides disposable, temporary email.You get a totally scrambled email address that's easily copied to the clipboard.There's an option to use your own domain name as well, but that's probably not keeping you under the radar.There's a two-step process to getting a free email for receiving messages at Email On Deck, but only because step one is a CAPTCHA to make sure you're a human being, not a web-based robot.