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Encrypt emails to protect contents in transit and at rest
Get quick answers to common questions about the encrypting email and digitally signing mail.
S/MIME secures emails by using a set of mathematically related keys – a private key and a public key. When you send an email, it’s encrypted with your recipient’s public key, which in turn means it can only then be decrypted by their own private key. That way, unless your private keys are compromised, only your intended recipient can access the secure data in your emails.
In addition to encryption, S/MIME also gives you the option of providing a digital signature to your emails, verifying that the sender is legitimate. By using your private encryption key, all your emails can feature a digital signature proving that you are the sender.
You can actually start signing and encrypting any emails that are sent through an email client (Outlook, Mac Mail, EM Client) or native mobile device. Webmail services like Gmail do not support S/MIME. You will only be able to sign and encrypt Gmail emails if they are sent through an email client.
Currently it is possible to order a certificate for 1 month, 1 year or 3 years.
Yes, providing you mark the private key as exportable, it can be installed on multiple devices.
Please see the guide to download and install the certificate.
The certificate pickup password you set during the order process is required for downloading the certificate. If you do not remember this password, you must cancel and reorder the certificate.