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If you are still sending your emails in plain text that anybody can read en route to destination because you think encryption software is too complex to use or to setup, think again. And if you think you emails are safe enough as they are, there's something you ought to know...

To compose and encrypt an email, just type the text in Crypt's Notepad-like window, then CTRL+E to email:

Type the name of the file containing the public key of the recipient (or nothing at all for a recipient defined as default):

Type the email address and subject and you are done!

To decrypt an encrypted email, just click on the attachment: Crypt starts automatically and displays the decrypted text!

Specific technical data is available concerning encryption, localization and software architecture, and is also included in the application's online Help.

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