Monday, June 3, 2013

Vaporstream technology makes sent email messages disappear

If you ever worry about the security of sensitive email message, a new technology called Vaporstream might be what you need.

For those confidential conversations, company officials say Vaporstream communications cannot be copied, forwarded, printed, saved or intercepted. This James Bond senario is created with a Secure Recordless Messaging Service, or SRMS, which transmits messages without leaving behind any Electronic Stored Information, which is also known as the ESI factor.

Once you hit send on a Visper message, it vaporizes to leave no trace in the inbox, server or archive. In addition to messages, recordless photos also disappear from the sending device, as well as the recipient's device.

According to the company behind Vaporstream, this technology "is the messaging tool of choice for critical discussions about mergers & acquisitions, research & development, litigation, and other confidential matters."

If you are a busy executive or professional with a need to keep sensitive information private from hackers without a face-to-face meeting or phone call, Vaporstream might be what you're looking for.

Vaporstream, a Chicago firm founded in 2006 is available as a free app for the iPhone, iPad and Android devices. But an account is required to use the free app.

With this technology, it can be a comforting thought to know that you're not leaving behind any "electronic DNA" or "digital footprint" that could fall into the wrong hands.

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