How To Install An Encrypted Email Using Email Encryption Cpanel
In this article, We will help you to set up email encryption in cPanel with Web Hostech, a leading web hosting company. When we are finished, you will have both the private & public keys needed to use encrypted email. If you are very new to the email encryption, if you are trying to first time email encryption, here’s a great guide with simple explanations of all of the moving parts.
The email encryption in cPanel helps to save your outgoing email messages from reaching unauthorized recipients. When you are going to send encrypted message into the sent, the recipient requires decrypting it with a private key. This increase the message security & privacy as other readers will not be able to read the message.
cPanel uses the feature GNU Privacy Guard or GnuPG for developing keys to encrypt the messages. This ensures that email security help to secure sensitive information. This is following steps that help to create email encryption on your cpanel.
Steps to Encrypt Email Using cPanel:
Step 1: simple Login to the cPanel along with the username & password.
Step 2: just Navigate to the section Email & press to the click on the icon Encryption.
Step 3: Create a New Key
Your Name – with the enter your name in “your name” text box.
Your Email id – enter your email ID on the your email box
Comment or Nickname
Try to type a nickname or simple add comment in the next text box.
Key Password – try to create your ideal key password & confirm the password in the next text box. When you use ideal keyword it is best for the security point of view. So, you always make sure that the password is strong enough in “Strength” bar. Or else click the “password generator” to automatically create a real password.
Expiration Date – then next to enter the time frame for your key. This represents the expiration validity of the password. You can set easily the expiration date in the format 1y 2w 3d.
Key Size – you have to select the key size as either 2048 or 4096 that is perfect for you. The larger key size is more secure as compare the smaller one.
Generate Key – Click this option to “generate Key” that will take some minutes.
Step 3: Import the key
Once the pair of keys is created successfully, then this can be introduced into cPanel by choosing the import key button. In this step, you cannot use the private key.
While copying the public key, ensure that this includes the header & the footer rows. Once the key is entered click the “Import” button to import the indicated key. Thus, you can easily successfully encrypt your email in the cPanel.
Step 4: View or delete the key
Now, scroll down the encryption interface to get the list of activated keys. Choose the button ‘View’ corresponding to the key to view the public or private key. If require to delete any key, then click the option ‘Delete GnuPG Key’. Once the removal is confirmed, then the key will be removed automatically.
Now, email encryption was set effectively in the cPanel. This is one of the perfect ways to encrypt your email in the cPanel to save the sensitive messages. For getting more information, follow us on our all social media platform such as twitter & Facebook. Meanwhile, you can also ask us about any inquiry into the comment section.