Encrypt Emails to Protect Sensitive Information.

Sending sensitive information by email can be dangerous. In the path from your inbox to the recipient’s, the email can be intercepted. If you’re sending the email from a public network or WiFi, it’s even more vulnerable.

The best way to keep sensitive information from being intercepted is to avoid sending it. But if you absolutely must send credit card information, passwords, bank account numbers, social security numbers, medical data or other private information, you should encrypt the email before you send it.

Here are two different tools you can use to encrypt your emails:

SafeGmail for Chrome

To install, visit

Encrypted Communication for Firefox

To install, visit

Tnet Mail adds to the power of Gmail plugins like these to the support of Tranquility Internet. For more information on our webmail services, contact Tranquility Internet.


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