Email communication is critical for business, but unfortunately it remains vulnerable to security flaws. Email spoofing and SMTP messages sent in plaintext are typical examples. Despite all efforts to keep systems and networks secure and protected, it is not uncommon to see credentials and passwords sent in plaintext via emails; messages pretending to be sent from our bank or trusted partners appear daily in our mailbox.
In the following Screencast , we demonstrate how to request and install a personal email certificate, and how to digitally sign and encrypt emails with it.
Backing up your personal certificate and keeping it in a safe location is crucial. We demonstrate how to export your certificate to PFX file, and how to install it on different OS and email clients.
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