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StarForce Plans to Launch a Free E-mail Service with Protection Option by the End of June


StarForce Technologies, a leading developer of software solutions to protect electronic documents against leakage, copying and illegal distribution, announces the launch of its own e-mail service with an option to protect messages and attachments. The beta version of this free service will be available for users in June 2014.

The service targets a wide audience. It can be used for sending text and pictures to protect private content as well as electronic documents for business activity – any information that shouldn’t be transferred to third people or used improperly.

Usually encryption is used for e-mail protection. In this case after decryption the recipient can do whatever he/she wants with the message and attachments. StarForce e-mail service limits the actions that can be performed with the received letter: it can’t be forwarded and screenshot or its attachments can’t be saved and opened on some other computer and so on.

StarForce is the first Russian developer to offer a protected e-mail service for free. The core of the service is based on the StarForce E-m@il Solution, introduced to the market in 2013.

About StarForce Technologies

StarForce Technologies (www.star-force.com) is a leading vendor of information protection, copy protection and code obfuscation solutions for software, electronic content and audio/video files. Since 2000, StarForce has been successfully developing and implementing its state-of-the-art security solutions, providing copyright and intellectual property protection worldwide. Two of these solutions were transformed into StarForce cloud services: sfcontent.com protects e-Documents against illegal copying and distribution and sfletter.com secures emails.

StarForce is a reliable and responsible Technological Partner for enterprises potentially incurring losses due to cyber-gangs, hackers, software piracy, unauthorized data access and information leaks. StarForce’s customers are Russian Railways, Corel, 1C, Mail.ru, Aeroflot, SUN InBev Russia, AMD Labs, ATC International, MediaHouse, Russobit M, New Disc, Buka, Snowball, 2Play, GFI, CENEGA, Akella, etc.

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