Encrypting and decrypting e-mail
When you send someone an e-mail, chances are that youdonít want anyone else to read it. In fact, sometimes it is imperative that the intended recipient and only the intended recipient reads it. But what if you accidentally type a wrong letter in the e-mail address? Or what if an unauthorized person opens someone elseís e-mail program and reads the other personís e-mail? And there are always hackers; people who can tap into the computers that e-mail travels through. Hackers can intercept anyoneís e-mail and read it. When you encrypt your e-mail, you can be sure it is read by only the person who has the key to decrypt it.
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