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CipherMail Email Encryption Gateway

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CipherMail Email Encryption Gateway currently supports three encryption standards: S/MIME, OpenPGP and PDF encrypted email. S/MIME and OpenPGP provide authentication, message integrity and non-repudiation and protection against message interception. S/MIME and OpenPGP use public key encryption (PKI) for encryption and signing. PDF encryption can be used as a lightweight alternative to S/MIME and OpenPGP. PDF allows you to decrypt and read encrypted PDF documents. PDF documents can even contain attachments embedded within the encrypted PDF. The password for the PDF can be manually set per recipient or a password can be randomly generated. The generated password can then be automatically delivered to the recipient via an SMS Text message or, the password can be sent back to the sender of the message.

CipherMail gateway has a built-in CA which can be used to issue X.509 certificates for internal and external users. The external users can use the certificates with any S/MIME capable email client like Outlook, Outlook express, Lotus Notes, Thunderbird, Gmail etc.

Ciphermail is compatible with any existing email infrastructure like for example Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Notes, Google Apps for business or Exchange online.

For additional security, keys can be securely generated and stored in a tamper proof Hardware Security Module (HSM).

The built-in Data Leak Prevention (DLP) module can be used to prevent certain information to leave the organization via email.

Ciphermail gateway can be installed as a virtual appliance for VMware or Hyper-V or can be installed on most Linux and Unix based systems. Installation packages are available for Ubuntu, Debian, Red Hat/CentOS and OpenSUSE.

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General features

S/MIME features

OpenPGP features

PDF email encryption features

DLP features