Louisville, KY (PRWEB) March 3, 2005
CipherSend.com announced today the public release of an online security service that replaces any website email address or contact form with a "CipherSend button." The button thwarts email address theft by spambots and allows site visitors to send encrypted or non-encrypted messages and files directly to the button owner's current email account with delivery notification and no password.
The service is ideally suited for professionals such as attorneys, bankers, accountants and physicians who can now quickly and easily receive secure documents from clients, associates and patients at their standard email address without the inconvenience of secure logins or password exchanges. However, since use of the button - priced at $19.95 - frustrates spambot crawlers, it is also likely to find a strong market among millions of aggravated spam victims needing to replace an email address posted on a public website or included in the coding of a contact form. CipherSend offers advantages over standard website email or contact forms with its spam-block security and double notification to site visitors when their email has been delivered and again when it is opened by the recipient.
Jeff Drake, President of both CipherSend.com and CPAsites.com, has designed and managed websites for CPA firms since 1997 and developed CipherSend with the help of encryption programmers. Drake, himself a CPA, says "for several years, I've had to patiently explain to my CPA clients that there really is no easy way for their clients to send them secure financial information without the hassle of passwords and logins. Since everyone on the internet already suffers from password/login fatigue, our clients that have tested it have been impressed with how easy CipherSend security is."
"Every professional enjoys making clients feel secure and happy, but giving your entire client base a simple, time-saving solution that costs less than $20 tends to make us accountants even happier than our clients!" Drake says with an experienced chuckle.
Despite the low price, CipherSend uses sophisticated 2048-bit RSA asymmetrical (two-key) encryption algorithms with maximum key length and meets government security regulations required in the healthcare industry for the transfer of patient medical information. Since messages and documents are encrypted right on the sender's computer with a downloaded public key and decrypted by the recipient's private key, CipherSend represents true end-to-end security. A demo of the button can be found on the CipherSend.com website and the company offers a 30 day free trial membership.