Protect your Privacy! How to Send Encrypted Emails with Linux

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Vormetric

Vormetric Encryption allows enterprises to encrypt sensitive data on servers, control access to that information, and report on who is accessing the protected data. Vormetric Encryption supports all of the major platforms – Linux, Unix, Windows and can be used in physical, virtual and cloud environments. It enables enterprises to have a common solution to protect both structured and unstructured data with integrated key management.

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modes

there's actually a much simpler solution called voltage securemail. it uses identity-based encryption so users don't have to deal with encryption keys - it uses your email address instead. For big companies, that's a major benefit and saves them the big headache of assigning and managing keys. and average people can have email privacy without being tech-savvy at all. go to their website for more http://www.voltage.com/

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Vadi

http://getfiregpg.org/ is nice one too.

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KidDeath10k

Hey Will,

I think you mean't Privacy rather than Privary right? :)

-Michael

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norman

oops, that was my typo. fixed now. thanks! -- Norm
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KidDeath10k

Anytime, it's not like I haven't made a typo before either! :P

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