Many to one encryption needed for my files

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I want a software which will automatically encrypt my files when I m sending them through the internet. The encryption should be in various forms. Not ONE encryption type

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Many to one encryption needed for my files

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PGP Desktop Email is software for email encryption that encrypts automatically email once it is received and then sent on desktops and/or laptops, without the need to affect the experiences of the end-user email.

 

The software operates as a support for the two global email encryption standards: OpenPGP & S/MIME, as a proxy, and discovers keys and certificates automatically as needed.

 

The Key Features

 

1. True end-to-end email encryption is enabled using the standard-based OpenPGP and S/MIME formats of the message.

 

2. Secure email solutions are provided with encryption and decryption of sensitive email as automatic without the need to change the experience of the user.

 

3. To increase its performance, it operates as a proxy while the need for application and version-specific plug-ins are removed. The software works with standard email clients like Lotus Notes, Outlook, Thunderbird, and more.

 

4. This is integrated with PGP Universal Server for it to allow centrally created email policies as protection to be distributed and managed.

Key Benefits

 

1. Secure email solutions are offered without creating trouble for the users, this improves compliance with the regulations and policies without the need to hinder productivity.

 

2. The centralization of administration of the encryption policies and management is supported in order to reduce the operational costs of managing and deploying email encryption.

 

3.  The deployment of end-to-end email encryption is enabled without the need to change the infrastructure of the email, resulting to accelerate deployment and upfront is reduced.

 

You can buy this software so your file will be auto encrypted when you send them.

 

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