Friday, December 19, 2008

Send secure Email the simplest way

Have you ever wanted to send secure e-mail but dint know how to do so or use encryption keys. logo

Then say bye bye to the older methods of sending encrypted e-mail.Welcome Send.™. It doesn't require the use of  encryption keys and other software's just a web browser will do.

Here is what they say about there service.

It's not that there aren't other secure methods to send an email… It's just that they're too hard to use.

We think everyone should be able to send a secure email…and we all have better things to do than spend an afternoon installing and configuring an encryption solution.

Before Send.™, the process of sending a secure email was complex as illustrated by the chart on the generic_flowright: 

But why subject yourself (and your recipients) to such an arduous process? And what happens if your recipients want you to use a different solution or the solution you used isn't compatible with their system?
Send.™ is Different…
We don't require you to maintain encryption keys.
Though we think the public/private key method works, we also think it was created for geek's and technicians.

Send.™ is compatible with all email solutions including web mail.
Anyone with a browser and an Internet connection can use Send.™ and, unlike other available solutions, Send.™ requires no software downloads or additional system configuration.

The service is easy to use.
We created Send.™ because the previous process for sending secure messages was too difficult. Our studies suggest that people will not send encrypted messages if the process is even marginally more difficult than normal. Simply put…security is important, but cannot impede productivity.

Send.™ is the only free and easy way to send a secure message.

You can read more here @about


If you are a new to all these then There must be certain questions floating in your head?

What is wrong with regular email?

With very few exceptions, email is both sent and stored in plain-text. This creates the potential of your email being read by a laptop thief, a hacker, or even a nosey IT professional. Sure, not every email you send contains sensitive information - and we don't encourage you to encrypt all of your email - but almost all of us from time to time need to send information that we need to make sure only the intended recipient is able to read… and that's where Send.™ comes in handy.


Why should I encrypt my email?

Anytime your email contains sensitive information your message should be encrypted. Some examples are:
Passwords / Social Security numbers
Financial Documents / Tax Returns
Proprietary Information
Designs & Strategic Plans
Wills & Testamentary Documents
Bank Account numbers, etc.
Additionally, local and federal governments are enacting consumer protection laws that require encrypted email communication with clients and customers. Some professional industries are specifically prohibited by law from sending confidential information over unencrypted email (Banks, Physicians, etc.)


Who can read the message once it is encrypted?

Once encrypted, only one person can read the message - your intended recipient. Even after the message is received by the intended recipient, the message is still secure. No other user of Send.™ can read the message. If the message is forwarded to another email address (or intercepted in transit) - only the original intended recipient can read it.


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To see more Frequently Asked Questions click here

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  1. There's already a super simple and effective solution for email encryption from Voltage. I use it through outlook and it's honestly no harder than sending a regular message. don't know how they do it, but it uses the email address as the encryption key. anyone I send a secure message to can view and reply too - they don't need any software.

  2. Hi Stephanie. And Thanks for dropping by; I think Voltage is a paid service.But they offer 30 day trial.But Send. Is a free service though there encryption and service may not be as that of voltage. But who can beat free.

  3. voltage easy to use?!? yeah right. challenges with complicated setup, non standard weak encryption, difficult for recipients to receive. Oh, sending is important, but recipients should not have to jump through hoops just to receive an email.

  4. voltage is not easy to use! So don't even try to spread the FUD that it is "super simple." IT IS NOT! And many have agreed. Senders have to go though a complicated setup process. And recipients have to jump though hoops to simply read a message.

    Oh senders are important, but everyone seems to forget about the recipient.

  5. @Stephanie if you are there please reply to the two anonymous.As you have used it.

    And my request to every new commenter please use your name,open id,blogger account and not anonymous, so as to track you.

    ~ thanks

  6. "Anonymous" doesn't know what he or she is talking about. Voltage is super simple and - by the way - uses standard encryption. I smell a competitor of theirs here..... Anyway, whoever wants to try it for themselves should. Our office uses it and it's been great.

  7. I was speaking from personal experience. I had no trouble with set-up and for me, it’s worth the cost (not that much anyway). And it really is very easy to use – instead of hitting send, I hit “send secure.” that’s it.

    As for the comment by anonymous about hoops recipients have to jump through, I don’t know what they mean. the people I email are thankful that they can get the secure messages and reply without buying or downloading anything. once they’ve set up an account with email address and password, the only thing they have to do is click on the envelope and enter password.

    It works very well at keeping everything private, so is strong encryption. and I don’t have to waste time looking up keys. they do have a free trial, which you can get at


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