"FREAK Attack" security issue does not affect Cryptshare Servers.

A wide-spread security issue has recently been become public under the name "FREAK Attack". The issue does not affect Cryptshare Servers.

Read more

"JetLeak" security issue fixed for Cryptshare V3 Servers

The issue that has been made public recently has been fixed with Cryptshare Server v3.9.1.1 which is available for update as of now. An update to this version is strongly recommended. For details, please refer to the release notes in the login area of our website or in the Update screen of your Cryptshare Server.

Read more

"JetLeak" security issue affects Cryptshare V3 Servers - fix will be released shortly

A security leak in Jetty Webserver has recently become public. Cryptshare Servers are affected. A fix will be available shortly.

Read more

Heise Security chief editor says: "Let PGP die!"

The chief editor of the Security branch of the German IT publisher “Heise Verlag”, Jürgen Schmidt, calls for new approaches to encryption of e-mails and the need for a more modern successor to PGP in an editorial. Is there already a more suitable alternative for everyday use though?

Read more

Easier to use and even more secure - Cryptshare V3.9 released

Cryptshare is now available with a new HTML5 based upload mode. This new mode allows you to transfer files larger than 2 GB without any Java or Flash in your browser. Thus, Cryptshare has become more user friendly and secure than ever.

Read more

Is the end of encrypted communication coming soon?

Following a spate of terror crimes world leaders are discussing the question of whether encrypted communication should be prohibited for the benefit of terror prevention. Will this lead to a government-mandated end of encrypted communication?

Read more

Is Cryptshare affected by the GHOST vulnerability in glibc?

A vulnerability that has been assigned the name GHOST (CVE-2015-0235) has recently been detected in Linux systems. Cryptshare Servers are not vulnerable to this problem.

Read more

Dark times for secure e-mail?

The so-called “Dark Mail Technical Alliance” wants to make e-mail communication safer in the future and establish a new standard that goes beyond the capabilities of S/MIME and PGP. Is Dark Mail the future of secure business communication?

Read more

Large e-mails paralyze mail servers.

Communicating by e-mail is convenient, fast and cheap. But when an e-mail is too large because of an attached file it can run into serious trouble. The city of Munich is the most recent example of this.

Read more

Exchange large files outside the cloud

The US cloud provider Dropbox has expanded its range of APIs to make it easier for business customers to put files into the Dropbox cloud storage and manage access to the files located there. But is the cloud really the right choice for your business?

Read more


About this blog

With our software Cryptshare we enable our customers to share e-mails and files of any size securely in an ad-hoc way with a detailed audit trail and a strong ROI.

On our blog we write about email encryption, cybercrime, security gaps, malware, data protection and more. In short, anything about data security.

Follow us