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Topic: Encryption


Contact Encryption

Encrypting contacts offers you better privacy and security. If you need to protect your contacts, you can enable contact encryption in your settings. Your contacts will be decrypted when you access to your contacts. To encrypt contact: Go to Settings > Security Select Contact encryption: Enabled Read the warning and click on Confirm Note that when you enable […]

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Attachment Encryption

Encrypting attachments offers you better privacy and security. By default, only content is encrypted. If you need to protect attachments as well, you can enable attachments encryption in your settings. To encrypt attachments: Go to Settings > Security Select attachments encryption: Enabled Note that encrypted attachments cannot be received or insert in the content. It means that […]

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Subject Encryption

Encrypting email subject offers you a better privacy and security. By default, only content is encrypted. If you need to protect subjects as well, you can enable subject encryption in your settings. Subject will be decrypted only when you open the email. To encrypt email subjects: Go to Settings > Security Select Subject encryption: Enabled Subjects which […]

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What encryption method is used?

We use RSA 4096 bit end-to-end encryption at rest to secure your emails and your keys. As well as SSL which prevents anyone who is monitoring the network, from reading and viewing the private conversations, emails, shared files, etc.

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How does encryption/decryption work in CTemplar?

The “end to end encryption” is done when you send an email from one CTemplar account to another CTemplar account; however, when you send an email from CTemplar to a non CTemplar account (e.g: Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook) then the content will be sent in plain text to the other end, but it will be still […]

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Reading an encrypted email

If you are a non-CTemplar user and you have received an encrypted email, you can easily read it by following the steps below. Note that once you open the message, it will be available for 5 days. In order to keep an encrypted conversation, you can reply to that message without having a CTemplar account. […]

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Sending encrypted email to non-CTemplar users

You can send encrypted email for non-CTemplar users. Encrypted messages to non-Ctemplar recipients will expire in 5 days maximum. 1. Compose a new message 2. Click on Encryption for non-Ctemplar users 3. In the pop-in that appears, enter the following information: message password the password hint expiration time: expiry time should be minimum 1 hour and […]

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