Armacrypt Webmail Encryption 1.3.0
Send and receive encrypted email using any Webmail service including Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo Mail and AOL.
Armacrypt can protect your email privacy using any Webmail service with seamless integration in Firefox and Internet Explorer. Your secure email, including attachments, stays encrypted on the Webmail server at all times and only the authorized user can decrypt the message at the click of a button on the Armacrypt toolbar. You can then read, print, reply or forward the message as you would any email.
Armacrypt allows you to retain all the convenience of your current Webmail service with the security of strong encryption for the messages you need to keep private. You can choose to encrypt your email using Mirrasoft's Key Server or with a Password of your choice. Either way the message is encrypted with a 256-bit AES encryption key at the click of the Send button.
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