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Web.de and Gmx introduce end-to-end email encryption

Friday 21 August 2015 | 11:09 CET | News
United Internet subsidiaries Web.de and Gmx have introduced an end-to-end encryption method to their email products. This allows their more than 30 million users to encrypt messages so that only the sender and recipient can read them. The encryption is based on the 'Pretty Good Privacy' standard, and is available for free to all customers on all common devices and compatible with all existing PGP applications.

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Categories: Internet / IT
Companies: GMX / United Internet / Web.de
Countries: Germany
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