When it comes to the Copy Protection of email, we need
to look at what part of the mail service is protected. For example
secure email can mean a lot of things and the different solutions
promoted as being for secure mail can be very different in what
they actually do and the expent of their protection.
For example some secure mail services can be proud of the fact that their web services cannot be attacked and that their user lists are securely stored and safe from spammers. Other services promote anti-spam and anti-virus features that can useful for protecting innocent mail users. Most of these services utilise secure protocols and sometimes point to point encryption.
But is there any service that can ensure that the email message in transit cannot be decoded, and that the emails on each end point are securely stored and safe from prying server staff?
For one to consider an email service as being safe and the messages adequately copy protected, as a minimum onewould expect the following list of features:
Of all the secure mail services advertised on the web, and regardless
of how may thousands of dollars you can pay, none can be as secure as using
Site Protection System (ASPS) with Webmail on your own dedicated or virtual
Site Protection System (ASPS) with WebMail can be the most securely protected
messaging system because no other mail system is better protected from all save,
print and copy methods. ASPS provides an encrypted tunnel between the message
server and the ArtisBrowser
ensuring that your information cannot be exploited.
Of course WebMail will need some customisation to close some avenues
of exploit and ensure that only the ArtisBrowser
can login and read mail, but any web develoer should be able to do that. The
choice of WebMail is open and can be based on ASP, CGI or PHP.