S/Notify Email Encryption for Confluence

for Confluence Server 6.13.0 - 7.13.0, Confluence Data Center 6.13.0 - 7.13.0 and more
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Secure your confidential documentation with S/MIME or PGP encryption for all Confluence email notifications

Be free to decide how (and when) to encrypt

It's at your choice which encryption you prefer - S/MIME or PGP. You can even use both encryption types at the same time. If needed, it's also possible to manage encryption separately for each space.

Take advantage of central key management

S/MIME certificates and PGP keys can be centrally managed for all users. You are free to use the Confluence user directory, a key server, an external LDAPs, or a local keystore file, or any combination of these.

Allow users to manage their certificates or keys

Optionally, in addition to the central key management, you can allow Confluence users to upload their S/MIME certificates or PGP keys, giving you the greatest flexibility possible.

More details

Have you ever felt uneasy about the fact that Confluence sends out plain text notification emails with confidential information about your project, your company, or even your clients?

Finally, here's an easy way to protect your valuable assets. This app secures your Confluence communication by automatically encrypting all notification emails sent out to the users. It uses S/MIME or PGP encrypted email at your choice – or even both.

Did you know?

Encrypted emails do not only protect you from unwanted disclosure while in-transit. Providing real end-to-end encryption, it also makes sure that the message content can only be read by authorized persons or apps while stored on the mail server or on the client computer or any other place like backup devices.

Privacy and security

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Keys and certificates can be retrieved automatically from key servers, external LDAPs, a local keystore file, or the user directory