100% Secure Snoop Free Email
At last after over 15 years of development of the sigma.email software, we have made the only anti snooping email service available on the internet, using multiple levels of encryption during the transit of information as well as very heavy encryption on the server clusters themselves, including the subject headers and all the content and images. This means that you can now send, receive and store email without the fear of anybody looking at your email whether in transit or on the servers
Everyone is Watching You
You would be very surprised to see who has an interest in what you are sending and receiving, in particular, those that route you spam email with attached hidden code to seek out your buying trends, as well as alleged main players in the internet world where advertising is always the key. Ever had a spam email that is just to close to emails you’ve sent ? Ever wondered how this is done ? Don’t forget those that want your private information for illegal, industrial espionage or tracking purposes
Impossible to Crack
Scrambling sensitive information so that it becomes unreadable to everyone except the intended recipient. Encryption is performed by hardware/software devices which use a series of mathematical operations (encryption algorithm) to generate encrypted data called cypher text. The recipient, who must have an ‘electronic key’ to decrypt the data, uses a similar device to convert cypher text back to its original (readable) form called clear text. With sigma.email we go several steps further, there are no system or humanly readable keys kept, they are randomly generated and destroyed when finished with.
More Time than the Age of the Universe
sigma.email passwords and server side data are encrypted with randomly generated, and then destroyed keys using the uncrackable AES 256 cypher, if you need the mathematical proof… read on..
- A 256bit encryption is the mathematical equivalent of 2 to the power of 256 key possibilities. To put that into perspective, 2 to the power of 32 is about 4.3 billion, and it keeps growing exponentially after that.
- What does this mean though? Well simply put, let’s say hypothetically all the super computers in the world (the ultimate brute force attack) decided to group up and tasked themselves to decrypt your AES-256 encoded information so they could access your data.
- Assume they could look at 2 to the power of 50 keys per second (which is approximately one quadrillion keys/second – a very generous assumption).
- One year is approximately 31,557,600 seconds. This means that by using the one billion super computers required to do this, they could check about 275 keys per year. At this rate it would take these computers 2 to the power of 34 years (the age of our universe) to look at less than .01% of the entire key possibilities.
Sigma.Email is a Totally Free Resource
The HSE sigma.email service is currently free and offers unlimited server space and multiple identities or alias addressing. It includes enhanced antispam protection for both receipient spam and sender spam, so if you are a spammer, beware that the system has the ability to automatically delete your account and blacklist your IP and / or domain name. It also includes complex anti trust capabilities, so remember to setup your account correctly before testing.
Ask for an Account Now
Naturally, a service like this could be used for illegal activities, therefore you are required to apply for an account, adhering, acknowledging and accepting the terms and conditions which can be found here, plus on entering the system, you accept the disclaimer(s)
Use with any Email Client
The sigma.email service is totally free, and has unlimited space as well as the ability to generate unlimited identities or alias’s and can be used via a web interface [https://sigma.email] , noting that it will always default to a secure connection regardless of what you type in a browser. Alternatively you can connect to the service using any email client such as Outlook, Thunderbird or any Iphone or Android mail application. To do this you will need to ensure your application is configured as follows :;
- Select IMAP for the inbound mail connection
- For IMAP, use port 993 with SSL
- For outbound Email you can choose one of these three options
- SMTP Port 587 with TLS
- SMTP Port 465 with SSL
- SMTP Port 25 with TLS
- Make sure that AUTHENTICATION is set to ON
- SMTP Server is : sigma.email
- IMAP Server is : sigma.email
Any other ports or encryption combinations cannot be used, and please ensure you have the settings right before attempting tests as the server clusters have additional measures to block suspicious attempts as well as very extensive antispam measures for both senders and recipients.