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About Email Encryption

Do you realize that most email messages you send go through many secured and unsecured systems? Now and then they get checked, sniffed over or can be replicated on various servers they go through, everywhere throughout the web. Your email messages may contain your to a great degree private information or your own data which any one can read on the off chance that he has admittance to any of the servers those email messages go through.

This sort of get to can be picked up by anybody from the administration snoopers, organizations themselves, programmers, phishing and other online trick players.

With a risk that way, you might need to secure your email messages by scrambling them to hinder their view from prying eyes.

Consider the situation where you are mailing a check to pay a service bill or sending a letter to a companion or an individual from your family telling the beneficiary that the additional key to your home is covered up underneath the case of apparatuses set directly behind the huge plant in your garden. To convey such touchy data, you might need to utilize a security envelope with incubated lines to disguise the real substance of the envelope.

If such level of precaution should you take while mailing a letter, wouldn’t you want to practice the same preventive measure while you send personal or confidential information through email? Sending personal or private and sensitive information in an unencrypted email is like writing them on a postcard and offering people to see it.

The best way to make sure that your information can not be sniffed over by any nosy intruder; it is recommended to save your text information in a document file and encrypted it before attaching it in the email. Before reaching its intended destination, even if someone manages to sniff into the email, the encrypted attachment in it will remain safe no matter how hard the prying individual tries to decrypt it. This way, even the most dedicated hacker can be prevented from intercepting and sneaking into your private communications.

Now, the question is which program is reliable enough to offer such an unbreakable security? Our suggestion for you is to go for a product that uses 256-bit AES encryption algorithm, the strongest encryption standard adopted by US Government.

One of the most reliable encryption products available in the market, Folder Lock has proven to be the most trusted file encryption software robust enough to curb all efforts of data theft and information sniffing.

Folder Lock’s feature to encrypt e-mail is easy to use and offers strong protection against prying eyes. You can send your encrypted files and folders through emails, CDs/DVDs and other portable devices like USB drive, thumb drive and memory cards securely and safely. You can easily encrypt your data and sensitive information and send it via email to your friends, colleagues and relatives the way you normally do.

The intended recipient of the email can access your encrypted locker and the sensitive information saved inside the locker by providing the correct password. For better security, it is recommended that you don’t send the password of your encrypted locker in the same email; give it via phone or by another mean, instead. In this way, you can easily and safely send your private information over the internet to your business partner without any fear of data being lost, leaked or compromised.