Choose from 30Â domains
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Choose a strong password of minimum 8 characters which must include at least 1 uppercase, 1 lowercase and 1 number. We also encourage you to use special symbols and make the password strong. The indicator will let you know of the strength of your chosen password.
To ensure your data is always safe and protected, a two-factor authentication system is set letting you restore your password that is used to encrypt and decrypt your emails.
No password data is sent to the server. Only the end user has access to this crucial piece of information. The fact that the password is never sent to and never stored on the server makes it possible to use the same password for both authenticating the user and encrypting the userâ€™s data within the end-to-end encrypted communication.
You choose your Security Questions
During the registration process we will ask you to answer two system generated security questions. We have engineered this special Password Recovery process in the best possible way from a security point of view.
If you ever forget your login password we will ask you to answer the security questions of your choice and you will be able to restore access to your SSD account.
What you can do with the Encrypted Email Apps
Send and receive encrypted emails to and from SSD users
Send non-encrypted emails to non-SSD users. Any email sent and received via our system is stored in an encrypted fashion
Save email addresses to your device contacts list and choose the needed one when creating an email
Easily organize emails in Folders. You can Create/Update/Delete Custom folders and move around emails at your own convenience
Send emails with encrypted attachments
Search for an email by typing in the full subject or just a phrase from the subject line
Set Expiration Timer
Set an expiration timer to auto delete your messages after a period of time
Coming Soon Feature
Send Encrypted Emails to Non-SSD users
Set a password so only your recipient can decrypt what you have sent