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bertik

I am looking for an app that will encrypt my email so that only my intended recipient can access it.

Currently using Win 10 .

Anyone have suggestions for proven apps?

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Recce

Not an app per say, but I use ProtonMail. Check them out at protonmail.com 

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wes12

Thunderbird + Enigmail might be a more robust desktop GUI solution , or if you would like something web based maybe tuta.io or gmail+flowcrypt.

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fakebook
On ‎28‎/‎03‎/‎2018 at 15:01, bertik said:

I am looking for an app that will encrypt my email so that only my intended recipient can access it.

Currently using Win 10 .

Anyone have suggestions for proven apps?

Gmail will standard encrypt your outgoing mail and warn which incoming wasn’t encrypted.

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tsec
On 3/28/2018 at 19:16, eXplosief said:

PGP

 

3 hours ago, wes12 said:

Thunderbird + Enigmail might be a more robust desktop GUI solution , or if you would like something web based maybe tuta.io or gmail+flowcrypt.

Learn how to use this.

Everything else is just a waste of time

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ngmassive

Protonmail is encrypted I believe.

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kramer_456
On 28/03/2018 at 18:01, bertik said:

I am looking for an app that will encrypt my email so that only my intended recipient can access it.

Currently using Win 10 .

Anyone have suggestions for proven apps?

https://www.gpg4win.org/

Uses OpenPGP standards

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taylor1975

I have to use windows 10 pro (for work stuff) as it has that bitlocker encryption feature. Needs to be FIPS 140-2 standard, apparently.

Ipad has to have MobileIron installed.

Don't know what any of it means, don't particularly care either :)

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LarryDarrell

Does it have to be running on Windows or can it be a phone app?  Does it have to be email, or can it be any kind of secure messaging system? What kind of person is the other party?

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