, a security-laden, Mozilla-based browser from the Tor Project.
If you don't know about Tor, it's what used to be called The Onion Router; it's all about keeping you anonymous by making all the traffic you send on the internet jump through so many servers, people on the other end can't begin to know where you really are.
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.
It randomly assigns you an obfuscated email address (like "[email protected]").
You don't get interfaces as simple as this very often.
Sure, it's mostly about serving you targeted ads, but that's not much consolation for those looking to surf in private.
Cookies, and so-called unstoppable "super cookies" know where you've been and what you've done and they're willing to share.
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.
You can reserve the address of your choice with a password, again at no cost to you.