Easily send secure, encrypted email with eCipher.
With eCipher you can send and read encrypted messages directly through your existing desktop email client (Outlook, Thunderbird, Eudora). The current version supports reading encrypted mail from any webmail client (Gmail, Yahoo!, AOL, etc.). eCipher protected emails utilize strong encryption and digital signatures, ensuring that they can only be opened by the intended recipients. eCipher also provides extra security options for your email, including the ability to prevent message forwarding, copying, saving,and printing.
Version 1.6 features the "Anywhere" zero-download delivery option. With "Anywhere" your email receipients do not have to download ecipher to read encrypted email messages.
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