(Gawkwire.com) Comodo, a leader in cybersecurity, announces a new version of its SecureEmail with a plug-in for Outlook. SecureEmail allows PC users to protect email messages and attachments from interception by encrypting them.
Once the user employs the Outlook plug-in in the new Comodo SecureEmail, then SecureEmail takes over the encryption decision-making process using its default level settings, or group policies via the custom level. The user can configure preferences using the Outlook Tools menu. If the user chooses, he or she can override the SecureEmail settings; otherwise Comodo SecureEmail uses the encrypt and sign buttons already existing in Outlook.
Comodo SecureEmail, which is compatible with Windows 7, is free for individuals. Additional features for businesses are available in a fee-based version.
To learn more about Comodo SecureEmail for individuals, visit www.comodo.com/home/internet-security/secure-email.php.
To learn more about Comodo SecureEmail for businesses, visit www.comodo.com/business-security/authentication/secure-emails.php

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