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Free RSA Email Encryption

Person To Person®
RSA Email Encryption

If you send out debug files to a third party it may contain your company network details. You only want the person you send it to opening it up. Person To Person uses RSA Encryption which guarantees that only the person you send the email to can read it.

What is RSA Encryption ? read The Story of RSA.

Person To Person can create a self-decrypting file so the person at the other end doesn't need to have Person To Person themselves. Or if they do have the free edition they can decrypt stronger RSA files.

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Free license
Easy to install and use
No need for third party Digital Certificates
Personal Data Vault included
NEW - 'shred after time' feature
Integrates with Outlook toolbar

Sample RSA encryption

PLAINTEXT= Now is the time for all good men to come to the party.


If we do it again, the SAME PLAINTEXT produces


completely different ! And its different every time, which makes code breaking rather difficult, to say the least.

Because we output in ASCII text, recipients and server firewalls can see the file is harmless and cannot contain any viruses.

You won't want to encrypt every email and every attachment. What Person To Person lets you do is quickly select the ones you do want to secure with a single click. Similarly, the Data Vault feature keeps an icon in the task tray so you can retrieve all your passwords with one click. Try it now, free.

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Free license is not time-limited and provides many useful security features, including RSA encryption of your personal files to a Data Vault. Also with FREE license you can SIGN & ENCRYPT files for email attachment or for safe keeping on memory sticks.

Person To Person protects you with strong RSA Encryption. Every time you use a credit card you are using RSA Encryption. The internet depends on RSA Encryption being secure. Banks rely on it. RSA is the most secure encryption available. Unfortunately it can be complex to implement, but Person To Person makes it easy.

Person To Person targets the three areas at most risk: email, file encryption to hard disc and file encryption to memory sticks and other removable media. Person To Person is fully compatible with Microsoft Outlook and all Windows email software.

Using Person To Person with Microsoft Outlook

Person To Person has an Outlook Toolbar which makes Outlook encryption very easy. Just before you send, click 'Encrypt'. You don't have to encrypt every email, just the ones you choose.

PDF files are not secure

Emailing PDF files is fast and reliable but its definitely not secure. Many users think PDF attachments are safe but they can easily be edited - unless you encrypt with Person To Person.

Person To Person provides mathematical certainty that any email you encrypt can only be opened by the person it is addressed to. Its much safer than online credit card payments because our RSA encryption key is over a trillion times stronger.

Person To Person exceeds the following NIST standards:

USA Federal Information Processing Standards FIPS 180-2
USA Federal Information Processing Standards FIPS 140-2
USA Federal Information Processing Standards FIPS 46-3
U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (www.nist.gov)

FIPS Publications are issued by NIST after approval by the Secretary of Commerce pursuant to Section 5131 of the Information Technology Reform Act of 1996 (Public Law 104-106) and the Federal Information Security Management Act of 2002 (Public Law 107-347).

The Computer Security Division (http://csrc.nist.gov) is one of six divisions within NIST's Information Technology Laboratory. The CSD mission is to provide standards and technology to protect information systems against threats to the confidentiality of information, integrity of information and processes, and availability of information and services in order to build trust and confidence in Information Technology (IT) systems.

Person To Person exceeds the following ISO standards:

ISO 10118-3 ISO 18033-2 ISO 18033-3 ISO (International Organization for Standardization wwww.iso.org) is the world's largest developer and publisher of International Standards. ISO is a network of the national standards institutes of 159 countries, one member per country, with a Central Secretariat in Geneva, Switzerland, that co-ordinates the system.