Given the current lack of hacked-free encryption protocols can I offer the NMRM Bhutanese prayer-wheel encryption service?
The system is simple and difficult to hack. The email is encoded into a simple block format code and sent, like big QR.
The email is printed out in an internet cafe in Thimphu,
then loaded onto secured blindfolded mules, transported to a distant lamissary, where blindfolded monks insert the printout into a jacquard type scanner.
This is then read by the prayer wheel array. At the command of the head monk* chanting "prezthe bhutan**" they are printed afresh re-encrypted. That is then muled down to the aforementioned internet cafe, scanned and retransmitted as a block code.
Early attempts to launch a "mule in the middle" attack were overcome when it was eaten by a yeti.
Almost certainly hack-proof as 99% of intelligence operatives would be driven crazy by all the waiting on lonely mountain paths to intercept aforementioned mules, and nothing but yak-butter tea to drink.
* As they are blindfolded no one is quite sure who actually is the head monk, but if you can't take a chap's word for it, then what kind of a world are we living in?
** Little known fact, this where we get the phrase "press the button" in English.***
*** Not a lot of people know that.****
**** Although thinking about it, most buttons wouldn't need pressing, possibly a wipe over with damp cloth, or brasso.