Encryption service from firetrust (mailwasher)

Volker Birk vb at pep-project.org
Tue Jun 7 11:04:10 UTC 2016

On Tue, Jun 07, 2016 at 11:44:17AM +0100, Axel Grude wrote:
> I just want to pass on info on this new product, which may be relevant:
> http://www.firetrust.com/products/encryptus-secure-email-encryption#!
> It is encryption based on a proxy service and uses local private key
> technology. Apparently it only works if the component is installed on both
> party's PCs so I am not sure if it is a good solution as proprietary
> solutions like this only work if a big number of users adopt it ( e.g.
> Windows). Could it potentially be adapted to collaborate with Thunderbird
> partners using Enigmail / pEp?
> What do you guys think? Is it worth trying out?

Hi, Axel,

there is plenty of such solutions. p≡p will support any of them, which
will reach a certain amount of market share. We have a huge list
already, and are constantly watching. Thank you for your hint!

Volker Birk, p≡p project
mailto:vb at pep-project.org  https://pep-project.org
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