Sending Secure Email
- If my recipient doesn’t have Virtru installed, will they be able to open and read my message?
- How do I make sure my recipients recognize the Virtru-encrypted emails I send to them?
- Can I set a customized personal intro for each of my emails that I send?
- How do I send a secure attachment?
- What is the maximum size for emails and attachments?
- How does the Expiration feature work?
- The Secure Reader is saying my email address “is not authorized to view” the email. What should I do?
- How does the secure reader work? Since it’s hosted at http://virtru.com, doesn’t this mean Virtru is storing the content?
- With what kinds of attachment files can users reply via the Secure Reader?
- Is there a limit to the size of attachments that can be replied with via the Secure Reader?
- What is encrypted search?
- Is Encrypted Search a Virtru Pro feature?
- What Virtru platforms does Encrypted Search work for?
- Can I search the content of encrypted attachments?
- Does Encrypted Search compromise security or cryptographic protection?
- Can I search for an encrypted message from a different device than the one from which I sent the message?
- Does Virtru still use AES-256 bit encryption when Encrypted Search is enabled?
- Can I search encrypted messages that other Virtru users send me?
- If I turn Encrypted Search on, does that mean Virtru has access to the data?
- I enabled Encrypted Search, but would like to disable it. Who do I contact?
- How can you possibly search if it’s encrypted? Doesn’t this mean it’s not really secure?
- How can I start using Encrypted Search?
- Can I use filters to search for Virtru-encrypted emails?
- Can I search messages that were encrypted before this feature was introduced?
- What is Virtru Pro?
- What is Trusted Data Format (TDF)?
- Is Virtru open source?
- Why should I use Virtru?
- Why does Virtru need (or collect) personal information?
- How much personal information does Virtru have (or have access to)?
- Virtru uses AES 256-bit encryption with Perfect Forward Secrecy. What does that mean?