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Re: Identity Based Encryption
From: "Mrs. Y." <networksecurityprincess () gmail com>
Date: Tue, 25 Jun 2013 16:45:10 -0400
My current proposal is using Thunderbird with Enigmail plugin/Gpg,
running via Portable Apps on Ironkey. Truecrypt partitions inside
another encrypted partition whenever possible too.
On 6/25/13 4:23 PM, Oleg Laskin wrote:
I would never recommend anyone to have third-party hold the private key.
Privates should stay private. :)
Have you looked at GPG ? http://www.gnupg.org/
It has multi-platform support and is free.
There is a windows-based software using GPG called GPG4Win
( http://www.gpg4win.org/ ) that provides encryption, email software and
includes an Outlook plugin.
I've used it in the recent past and it seemed to do the job nicely.
On Tue, Jun 25, 2013 at 4:10 PM, Mrs. Y.
<networksecurityprincess () gmail com
<mailto:networksecurityprincess () gmail com>> wrote:
2. The private key can't be held by a 3rd party that may have to produce
it to the feds without notifying owner.
3. VERY secure. It's my understanding that the IBE implementation from
Voltage, while functional and easy to use, has some security issues.
current proposed solution: Thunderbird with Enigmail plugin via portable
apps on Ironkey.
On 6/25/13 4:01 PM, Oleg Laskin wrote:
> I am curious as to requirements: Are they looking for end-to-end
> encryption internally or with select clients or with everyone ?
> IBE seems to provide an option for an on-site gateway as well as
> cloud-based one: "... Voltage SecureMail can be deployed
> delivered as SaaS from the Voltage SecureMail Cloud™ ..."
> I have used Cisco's Ironport Mail gateway with encryption options
> past: it works but I am not a fan.
> Symantec has a PGP-based solution. Requirements may help narrow it
> On Tue, Jun 25, 2013 at 10:00 AM, Mrs. Y
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<mailto:networksecurityprincess () gmail com>>> wrote:
> I'm in a position to recommend/suggest an encryption solution
> The audience is *very* sensitive to privacy, but not very
> seems to solve this, but there are concerns with the PKG
> generator) being in the cloudl. Thoughts?
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