Secure E-mail
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Allows for the creation of encrypted files which can be sent as email attachments. You can also create self extracting encrypted files which don't require Secure IT for decryption. This allows for a totally secure communication system that makes use of existing email clients (e.g. Outlook Express) on a public network, yet allows for totally secure data transfer.  
The password has to be communicated between two parties over an alternate channel, for example, either through a telephonic conversation or during pre-arranged meetings or a reference to a common shared resource (e.g. a book or a magazine). You can also use the "riddle" field to send across a password hint to the recipient.  
You can send secure e-mail files in a number of ways.  
1. Standalone files (self executables, .exe ).  
These can be decrypted and viewed at the recipient's end on any Windows machine without any software. The recipient does of course needs to know the password/phrase.  
2. .SIT Files  
Given that most virus scanners delete most executable files almost automatically, it allows for the creation of .sit encrypted files. These can be e-mailed to the recipient, We recommend that you use this method.  
The recipient need to download a free utility DecypherIT to decrypt a file  
encrypted files. Once installed, this free "reader" allows the recipient to decrypt  
encrypted files (.SIT extension) very simply.  
Click here to download DeCypherIT for free.