Washington, DC (PRWEB) July 22, 2011
A small startup company capitalizing on the serious privacy concerns that recent cloud computing applications have raised on the transfer of personal and family photographs through the internet, has decided to create a simpler, more secure way of transferring photographs from one individual to another via email through the internet, by using the new Sketch Safe v1 program on a Windows PC computer as a standalone executable program. Adobe Photoshop web packages are input into the Sketch Safe v1 program, zipped, encrypted with a Blowfish cryptographic algorithm, then the integrated email sending program sends the web package to the recipient for viewing. With this method, one can send up to 130 photographs in one email, safely, and securely. P2P programs don’t have this kind of security.
Founded in 2011, http://www.Sketchsafe.com has joined the ranks of a handful of companies dedicated to privacy rights of individuals, and indirectly helping thwart industrial espionage of photographs/designs from companies that use Photoshop and need to transfer photos for approval via the internet quickly and safely.
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PR Bert Haim, 301-802-0833, sales(at)sketchsafe(dot)com
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