Comodo Introduces Free SecureEmail Solution so E-Mail Communications Can Easily Be Digitally Signed and Encrypted for Optimum Security

<p><strong>Jersey City, N.J. &mdash; Nov. 26</strong><br />Comodo, a certification authority and Internet security company, announced the availability of the beta version of SecureEmail. This PKI-based solution enables outgoing e-mails to be encrypted and digitally signed so that recipients can be assured that the e-mail has not been tampered with during transmission and is coming from a trusted source. This functionality is critical where sensitive information is being communicated through e-mail and must be secured from hackers or identity thieves.<br /><br />E-mail is one of the most ubiquitous forms of communication and is also one of the most vulnerable systems to attack. Comodo SecureEmail is the install-and-forget PKI-based application that can automatically encrypt and sign all messages. Featuring full integration with Outlook, Thunderbird and other major mail clients, it features a built-in wizard that allows users to easily download and set up a free Comodo e-mail certificate. Home users will benefit from the security of automatic encryption and signing of their e-mail, while the application handles difficult or hard-to-remember processes such as public key exchange. Network administrators looking to implement total client-to-client e-mail security can utilize Comodo SecureEmail as a complement to any existing gateway encryption process.<br /><br />Comodo offers this solution free to help accelerate market adoption of the practice of signing and encrypting e-mail communications to protect users from the inherent vulnerability of sending e-mail over the Internet. The market has been slow to adopt this type of solution because setting up and maintaining a secure e-mail system has…



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