Danderyd, Sweden (PressExposure) May 20, 2009 -- Stockholm 20090520

Flexcrypt is announcing the release of a new version of their successful encryption application. New feature in this release is the option to encrypt emails using the OpenPGP standard.

"By adding Open PGP as encryption-type, we will be able to accommodate the PGP-community with an attractive solution. With Flexcrypt, using PGP becomes easy and available for anyone, not only the computer wizards". Says Andreas Nilsson CEO of Flexcrypt.

Open PGP is an open standard of the popular email encryption standard PGP, originally developed by Phil Zimmerman in 1991. Instead of passwords, PGP builds on the usage of public/private keys. An example; Bill uses PGP, anyone can use Bills public key to encrypt emails to Bill. Bill has a private key that he uses for decryption. This architecture is called Public Key Infrastructure (PKI).

"Open PGP gives Flexcrypt users a wider range of encryption options; choose the .ZIP encryption for some receivers, and use Open PGP for others. Computer skills vary a lot, but electronic security and integrity should always remain high" says Andreas Nilsson.

Flexcrypt can be downloaded for free at [http://www.flexcrypt.com] as well as on several trusted software download sites.


Nordic Information Security Group AB (NIS) is the product company behind Flexcrypt, an easy-to-use encryption toolbox. NIS is dedicated to the development and distribution of encryption software that anyone can use. NIS is privately owned and run from Stockholm, Sweden. The development team consists of experts distributed globally; NIS has offices in Stockholm and Gothenburg and a daughter-company Nordic Information Security Inc. in the USA.

For further questions, please contact CEO Andreas Nilsson at: Phone: +46736264222 Email: andreas.nilsson@nordicis.se

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Press Release Submitted On: May 28, 2009 at 7:08 am
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