ZSentry OpenPGP (BETA)
Pricing: Currently available by invitation only.
Purpose: Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) is a computer program that provides cryptographic privacy and authentication. PGP is often used for signing, encrypting and decrypting email to increase the security of email communications. It was created by Philip Zimmermann in 1991. PGP-compliant products follow the OpenPGP Internet standard IETF RFC 4880.
PGP is one of the major encryption engines available today. Many users and corporations are ardent supporters and have significant investment commitment using PGP for protecting email.
ZSentry offers significant improvements in usability and security for secure email. ZSentry OpenPGP provides a compatible solution to conventional PGP secure email. ZSentry OpenPGP also improves the functionality of PGP solutions by adding the ZSentry document lifecycle control functions, such as self-destruct, Return Receipt, and other functions.
The critically-difficult points in PGP of key-signing, key and certificate management, key distribution, key validation, key revocation, and private-key protection, are handled automatically and securely by ZSentry OpenPGP. Your private-key, for example, is protected by using the ZSentry "no-target" technology, where the user-key is not stored anywhere, and only you can use it.
ZSentry OpenPGP assures unprecedented levels of usability and security while using PGP.
ZSentry OpenPGP works with any email application, address and provider that you already have, including Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Microsoft Live, Hotmail, and using your organization's own domain name. There is no installation or plugin.
How it Works: ZSentry OpenPGP is a Skin choice. After you choose the OpenPGP Skin, any email and attachments that you send using ZSentry OpenPGP (for example, from Outlook or Gmail, or using ZSentry App), are protected by encryption and authentication before transmission and will be delivered end-to-end encrypted by ZSentry as a secure email Zmail that is PGP-compliant. All you do is click Send in the Outlook, Apple Mail or Gmail screen. You receive PGP-compliant secure email Zmail at your Inbox, for example in Gmail or Google Apps, and read by clicking a link (also by copy-and-paste, or as the sender has defined).
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