KeyMail is the first electronic mail system that is private by design, enabling partners to communicate safely across organisational boundaries. When you send sensitive files to trusted friends using KeyMail, you can be certain that only one copy is created: on the intended recipient's computer or USB key-drive.
The problem with other file sharing methods is that even when they do employ encryption, they rely on insecure algorithms with the additional risk of exposed keys, files and user-accounts. KeyMail avoids each of these troubling vulnerabilities, and uses a comprehensive set of anti-surveillance measures.
KeyMail facilitates live sharing of files with colleagues and associates. Here your data is segmented into parts, and transferred all-at-once via Adaptive Parallel Transfer (APT); therefore KeyMail is many times faster than the cloud, and unlike email, you can have several files transferring simultaneously.
KeyMail has been designed for simplicity and effortless ease-of-use, making it an ideal way to share sensitive information and protect Intellectual Property (IP), designs and copyrighted products, legal and financial data, privileged reports and valuable media files.
With ordinary email the “send” action is deceptive. What actually happens is that the message (+ attachments) are copied onto innumerable Internet computers, stored onto a cloud server, then backed up and replicated, and kept forever. As a result, your information is open to theft.
For email systems (& cloud file-sharing), at least six types of vulnerability are present: cloud provider back-door, transmission provider feed, communications eavesdropping, account hacking (front-door), user impersonation, and physical device infiltration. Notably for an email system with cryptography, then these dangers remain, and because long-term hacking risks are tied to data persistence.
File and message security is all about copies. How many copies are there? Who can see / access a copy, and how long do copies hang around? For absolute security, KeyMail eliminates all third-party copies. When you send sensitive files to trusted friends using KeyMail, you can be certain that only one copy is created: on the intended recipient's computer or USB key-drive.
And to top it all, the entire KeyMail system runs from a USB Key/Thumb/Flash-drive - a world's first - where files go directly from one USB Key to another.
KeyMail uses a new fast, adaptive and secure protocol that provides enterprise-grade security, high reliability and exceptional bandwidth control. Unlike serial TCP, our patent pending Adaptive Parallel Transfer (APT) throughput is independent of network delay and resistant to extreme packet loss. APT transfer times are as fast as the link will allow (up to 1,000x standard FTP) and highly predictable, regardless of network conditions. The KeyMail file transfer solution is designed to deliver 100 percent bandwidth efficient transport of large data sets over any IP network.
|Protocol Features / Threat Model||KeyMail||Email / Cloud||ProtonMail||DarkMail / LavaBoom|
|N.B. Question mark(s) indicate uncertainty about a feature's availability or potency.||
|Device-to-Device / Single Copy Send|
|Adaptive Parallel Transfer|
|Multi-Layer (Hybrid) Encryption + Live Transport|
|No Exposed User-Accounts, Private Keys or Files|
|Cypher Matching + Packet Scrambling|
|Secret Protocol + User-Owned Keys|
|Symmetric + Asymmetric Encryption|
|Private Network / Hidden Gateways|
|Large Files / Folders (multi-GB)|
|No Front or Back Door(s)|
|No Digital Fingerprints|
|No Central Copies|
|No Transfer Copies|
|No Organisation Copies|
|No Transmission Feed(s)|
|No Device Hacking (USB Key Mode)|
|No Eavesdropping / Spying is Impossible|
|Immune to Legal Data Requests|
|Zero Access / Knowledge Provider|
Today many organisations need to safeguard valuable digital products from commercial threats and leaks, or they have a legal requirement to protect client data privacy. KeyMail, with its Single-Copy-Send, offers the best protection with no digital footprints, and therefore no hacking chances. Protecting digital information from the dangers of multiple-copies and sustained storage-related threats is the Holy Grail of data security, and this is why KeyMail is absolute security.