VaporStream, a confidential messaging service, announced that its subscribers can now send private messages to non-subscribers. Prior to the announcement, VaporStream secure messaging was only available to members through a secure web interface and a Windows client that supports Microsoft Outlook, as well as mobile client interfaces for Windows Mobile and RIM BlackBerry devices, and an app for the iPhone. Now you can send private, VaporStream messages to non-members.
VaporStream aims to bring the privacy of a telephone conversation, or a face-to-face meeting, to e-mail without encryption key management. VaporStream targets executives at companies, partners at firms, and others who have an interest in private communications that cannot be traced. The key to the VaporStream service is that it maintains no control, or record, of the message post-delivery.
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