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StartMail considers privacy a fundamental human right. Privacy is our mission! StartMail makes email encryption easy - to help protect your digital privacy. What is encryption? _Encryption_ is transforming data in such a way, that it becomes unread...
"Heartbleed" is a security vulnerability in OpenSSL (Secure Socket Layer) encryption that was made public on April 8th, 2014. Heartbleed gives read access to the memory of the encryption functions of vulnerable servers, allowing attackers to steal the ...
To be able to send and receive a PGP encrypted email, you will need your recipient's public key, and your recipient will need your public key. This public key exchange will only have to happen once, and takes place before you send each other your first...
IMPORTANT WARNING: If you forget your PGP passphrase, you will not be able to recover it and you will lose access to all previously encrypted messages. If this is the case, you must generate a new PGP key pair [1], to encrypt future messages. Your P...
To set up PGP Encryption on an iOS device, make sure you have first set up StartMail on your iOS device [1] and have set up PGP encryption in StartMail [2]. Once that is completed, install the iPGMail [3] app on your mobile device. You are now ready...
To set up PGP Encryption in Apple Mail, make sure to first set up StartMail in Apple Mail, and to set up PGP encryption in StartMail. * To set up StartMail in Apple mail, please click here [1]. * To set up PGP encryption in StartMail, click here...
To set up PGP Encryption in SeaMonkey, make sure to first set up your StartMail account in SeaMonkey, and to set up PGP encryption in StartMail. * To set up your StartMail account in SeaMonkey, please click here [1]. * To set up PGP encryption i...
To set up PGP Encryption in Mozilla Thunderbird, make sure to first set up your StartMail account in Thunderbird, and to set up PGP encryption in StartMail. * To set up your StartMail account in Thunderbird, please click here [1]. * To set up PG...
PGP encryption and decryption is NOT available in most mail clients, and those that do feature PGP support may not be compatible with StartMail's web interface. The following email applications on Android are known to support PGP encryption to a degree...
When you choose to attach your public key to your email, the recipient will receive it in the form of an .asc attachment. The .asc file contains your public key information. This format will be readable by a text editor and can be used by PGP encryptio...
This article will tell you how to get started using the PGP encryption method with StartMail. For a video explanation of this article, please click here [1]. You can send PGP encrypted emails to recipients who also have a StartMail account, or who ...
To ensure the PGP keys we generate adhere to the best and latest security standards, our PGP keys have a validity duration of five years. This means that every five years, you need to renew this key. This article provides instructions based on two scen...
To learn more about PGP encryption, please watch the videos in the following two links. 1. STARTMAIL ENCRYPTION AND PGP OVERVIEW VIDEO Link: https://www.startmail.com/settings/encryption [1] (when you are logged into your StartMail account, cli...
With PGP encryption, two separate keys are used: a public and a private key. The public key is used by the sender to encrypt a message. The private key is used by the receiver to decrypt a message. Whereas the public key is available to the public, the...
PGP (short for Pretty Good Privacy) is a public key encryption program originally written in 1991. Since that time, PGP has become the standard for encryption of email on the Internet. (Pretty Good Privacy is actually a misnomer, as PGP is very powerfu...
WHAT IS PGP ENCRYPTION? PGP (short for Pretty Good Privacy) is a public key encryption program originally written in 1991. Since that time, PGP has become the standard for encryption of email on the Internet. "Pretty Good Privacy" is actually a bit ...