Monterey, CA (PRWEB) August 14, 2013
Privato Security today announced PrivateMail as an alternative for users of Lavabit, Silent Mail and other email services that are seeking a private and secure email service. Privato and the patented PrivateMail service are completely private, with no backdoor access to communications threads, message contents and attachments, or header information that shares who communications is to/from, dates and subject information.
“We want to make sure users know of PrivateMail as an alternative to their secure solution that might have been shut down from government pressures,” said Neal Smith, president and CEO of Privato Security. “We’ve built this robust platform over the past nine years and it is so secure and private that the major email providers haven’t been interested in integrating with us because they can’t gain access to the messages and information. Our patented communications platform is ironclad and there is no possible way for anyone to access messages sent to and from encrypted PrivateMail clients while the data is in motion.”
PrivateMail integrates directly into popular email clients like Outlook, Thunderbird and Mail to create a secure communications channel to ensure that sensitive email, documents and personal information are delivered and received only by the intended recipients. Users either select the PrivateMail account or click on the "Send Securely" button to transmit private messages. PrivateMail content, attachments and both the sender’s and recipient’s email addresses are multi-tier encrypted and completely hidden from the outside world. No one other than the intended recipient can access and read the message as it remains encrypted until the authorized recipient downloads the message and it is automatically decrypted.
Smith continued, “Inbound email communications are limited to only Privato users on the network that eliminates unwanted communications and reduces potential security leaks and breaches.”
The Privato PrivateMail Platform
The Privato PrivateMail Platform includes 1024-bit asymmetric client side message encryption via a distributed private key coupled with 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) symmetric encryption for secure communication.
For those that want to utilize mobile devices or the Webmail version, PrivateMail communications employs SSL (AES) in 128-bit, 192-bit, or 256-bit encryption depending on the receiver’s device/ browser client configuration. The technology fits the needs of industry and government with AES being the encryption standard for the U.S. government and U.S. banks use 256-bit encryption.
The company’s two products are available for immediate download:
More information about PrivateMail and a video demo of the PrivateMail is at http://bit.ly/19eaEqT . To find out more about Privato Security and the company’s secure email solutions, visit http://www.privatosec.com .
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About Privato Security
Privato Security is a leader in secure, private and compliant communications. Privato’s PrivateMail utilizes patented technology and operates on a trusted communications channel to ensure that sensitive email, documents and personal information is delivered and received only by the intended recipients. Privato solutions helps organizations across financial services, insurance, healthcare, legal, accounting, government, defense and law enforcement to gain the cost savings and efficiencies of email, while making sure that sensitive correspondence is compliant with growing national and state privacy regulations. More information is available at http://www.privatosec.com or follow us at http://www.twitter.com/privatosec .
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