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abylon CRYPTMAIL

abylon CRYPTMAIL 6.3

Encrypting and signature of emails; incl. Outlook AddIn (X.509 / PKCS)

abylonsoft

abylon CRYPTMAIL

Sending never again unencrypted emails.

With abylon CRYPTMAIL offer abylonsoft an user interface and an Outlook AddIn for email encrypting (incl. Attachments). Only the owner of the private key (HYBRID-System) or the correct password (SYMM-System) can open and read this email. For any other person the content is locked. With the AddIn for Outlook (starting from Outlook 2000 / not Outlook Express) you can encrypt, decrypt, sign or verify of your email-data with one click.

The software support the encryption by using passwords (SYMM-System) or X.509 certificates (HYBRID-System). For the business use provide abylon CRYPTMAIL so-called Secure Message Envelops (SME), the signing with your certificate and the encrypting with the public keys of the receivers in one step. Alternatively for all other email clients (with MAPI interface) you can use the independent window for encrypting and/or signing mails and attachments.

Compabilities:

  • Windows NT 4.x
  • Windows XP
  • Windows 2000
  • Windows 2003

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