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You should give a try a https://github.com/infobyte/faraday it's a open source project. We use it to track and share all the information during a pentest


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There is no such document available online that provide such list as there are lots of Cyber threats out their in the market. However, I will try my best to assist you with the relevant information. Safe Browsing: There are several web browsers out their in the market that offer safe browsing, No Cookies, No Caches, No History etc. "Dolphin" is one of the ...


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It sounds like what you are looking for is a solution where the encrypted text and the private key can be copied and pasted into in application that will perform the decryption. Ideally, you would like a solution that does not require anything to be installed on the users' systems. You might want to check out Travis Tidwell's javascript RSA ...


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I agree with the above answer. S/MIME is a protocol for secure email. I would like to add that it is well supported in Outlook as well if that is a concern. And even in Outlook Web Access. If you're in an Exchange environment you can set it up for OWA as follows: As an organization administrator for both Exchange 2013 and Exchange Online, you can set up ...


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You could send the mails in standard S/MIME format, which would allow recipients to use a plugin for their mail client of choice to read the encrypted parts without too much hassle. I know for a fact that there are Tunderbird plugins, and I'm pretty sure Outlook has native support for S/MIME. You can create these mails with the openssl command line tool: ...



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