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Cock.li is your go-to solution for professional E-mail and XMPP addresses. Since 2013 cock.li has provided stable E-mail services to an ever-increasing number of users. Cock.li allows registration and usage using Tor and other privacy services (proxies, VPNs) and thanks to continued funding by its users is certain to stay free forever.

User Count

Domain # Users
cock.li 264287
airmail.cc 98235
420blaze.it 24106
aaathats3as.com 9353
cumallover.me 12154
goat.si 11426
horsefucker.org 24140
national.shitposting.agency 8845
nigge.rs 19557
tfwno.gf 18867
cock.lu 12379
cock.email 7037
firemail.cc 33129
hitler.rocks 8013
getbackinthe.kitchen 4038
memeware.net 11812
cocaine.ninja 9017
waifu.club 12835
rape.lol 11744
nuke.africa 10740
Total 611714

Donations

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Current Balance 0.92803753 BTC
Donations YTD 0.08436289 BTC
Expenses YTD 0.03250552 BTC
Expenses YTG (est.) 0.75774913 BTC

Some cock.li users elect to fund the site using cryptocurrency, and their donations go directly to the operating expenses of the site. Donations are calculated such that any surplus or deficit is carried to the next year, and are verifiable on the "block chain". If you'd like to support cock.li or view our financial reports, visit the Donate page.

Transparency

Cock.li has not had a successful demand for user information since 2017, thanks in large part to better education of law enforcement that contact cock.li. However, it is our intention to operate cock.li as transparent as possible. To accomplish this Cock.li publishes communication with law enforcement including or regarding a successful demand or order for user information. All of this information is published on the transparency page.

Hidden Services

How can I trust you?

You can't. Cock.li doesn't parse your E-mail to provide you with targeted ads, nor does cock.li read E-mail contents unless it's for a legal court order. However, it is 100% possible for me to read E-mail, and IMAP/SMTP doesn't provide user-side/client-side encryption, so you're just going to have to take my word for it. Any encryption implementation would still technically allow me to read E-mail, too. This was true for Lavabit as well -- while your E-mail was stored encrypted (only if you were a paid member, which most people forget), E-mail could still technically be intercepted while being received / sent (SMTP), or while being read by your mail client (IMAP). For privacy, we recommend encrypting your E-mails using PGP using a mail client add-on like Enigmail, or downloading your mail locally with POP and regularly deleting your mail from our server.

Also, there's this quote from /g/:

Administering a mail host is sort of like being a nurse; there's a brief period at the start when the thought of seeing people's privates might be vaguely titillating in a theoretical sense, but that sort of thing doesn't last long when it's up against the daily reality of shit, piss, blood, and vomit.

Now that I think about it, administering a mail host is exactly like being a nurse, only people die slightly less often.