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Free Email security program eCipher

eCipher is an easy to use e-mail security software, which protect your business and personal communications by encrypting your email. Unlike other email encryption programs, eCipher enables you to control how email recipients use your emails after they receive them. In addition, you can also prevent the printing, copying, saving, and forwarding of your email content. Access can be denied to anyone beyond the intended recipients.
With eCipher Anywhere1 delivery, recipients do not need to download any software to read encrypted messages. With 2048bit RSA and 256 AES strong encryption algorithm, this free application looks quite powerful at first sight.
eCipher can send encrypted email through a wide array of popular email clients and services. These include MS Outlook, Thunderbird, Gmail, Yahoo Mail Plus, AOL and many more. eCipher also features a Microsoft Outlook add-in, enabling businesses to securely exchange email and attachments without disrupting work flow.
Its strong encryption and digital signatures (available in pro version) ensure the safe transit, integrity, and authenticity of your email.
Requirements: Windows Vista, XP Service Pack 1 or 2, or Windows 2000 Service Pack 4
Microsoft .NET 2.0 Framework installed, Internet access. More details and download


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