Use Certificates for encrypting and decrypting email.

Why use certificates for email encryption?

  • Message content remains encrypted during transport, at rest, and in backups
  • You can integrate the certificates into your email programs (e.g. Outlook or Thunderbird) so you can encrypt and decrypt email there, in addition to using our Web Interface.
  • Digital signing of encrypted messages
  • You require more security than just TLS, but don't want to have to go to a web portal to access them.
  • You need to communicate with others who are already using PGP or S/MIME.

SecureLine PKI supports both PGP and S/MIME for message encrypting and decryption and can determine what to use on a per-recipient basis. E.g. you can easily send one message to multiple recipients and have some use PGP, others use S/MIME, and others use other encryption modes, automatically.

SecureLine PKI Features

Feature
Meets HIPAA Requirements
S/MIME uses 256-bit AES encryption and SHA-256 hashes
Message encrypted during transmission
TLS: Message delivery uses Opportunistic TLS in addition to PGP or S/MIME encryption
Message encrypted at rest
Message content delivered to recipient INBOX
Encrypt messages in LuxSci WebMail
LuxSci WebMail decrypts and/or verifies signed-only, encrypted-only, and signed and encrypted messages.
Auto-Encrypt all messages sent via SMTP (Encryption Gateway)
Auto-Encrypt selected outbound email based on content
Decrypt messages in LuxSci WebMail
Auto-Decrypt inbound messages (with saved certificate password)
Import externally-generated PGP and S/MIME certificates
Export your PGP and S/MIME certificates
Create new PGP and S/MIME certificates
Securely store the passwords to your Certificates for recovery in case they are forgotten (optional)
Add recipient PGP and S/MIME public keys to your Address Books for use in sending and signature verification
Support both PGP/MIME and PGP/Inline encodings
Add digital signatures for encrypted messages sent via WebMail
Verify digital signatures on inbound email
Compatible with Email Archival
Key Distribution: All users automatically have access to the public S/MIME and PGP keys
for all other SecureLine users across LuxSci -- no special
configuration or sharing is needed.
Import/Export Recipient Public Keys in Bulk or using our API

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