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[liberationtech] Enlocked, secure email extension?
Sacha van Geffen
sacha at greenhost.nl
Tue Aug 14 11:25:58 PDT 2012
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On 08/14/12 19:39, Brian Conley wrote:
> Anyone seen this yet?
As I understand it they are some kind of pgp as a service, that makes
no sense, they are storing your secret key and you are sending the
data to them. You should never trust the middleman (enlocked) in this
scenario. This is service is problematic at best.
You would probably be saver by using gmail on both ends.
from their site:
"The systems at Enlocked only have access to your messages for the short
time we are encrypting or decrypting them, and then our software
instantly removes any copies. We follow the highest level of security
standards to ensure that our servers have best-in-class protection from
any threats, and our own security professionals are trusted by 1,000's
of companies around the world."
Greenhost - Sustainable Hosting
info at greenhost.nl
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