• How secure is mobilpgp service?

    While it’s impossible to say that any particular encryption method is 100% secure, PGP is generally regarded as being extremely safe. The two-key system, digital signatures, and the fact that PGP is open-source and has been heavily vetted by the public all contribute to its reputation as one of the best encryption protocols. Bruce Schneier  once called PGP “the closest you’re likely to get to military-grade encryption,” and PGP.net says that there are “no practical weaknesses.”

    Edward Snowden used PGP to send files to Glenn Greenwald when he broke the story that kicked off a lot of interest in encryption. And if it’s good enough for Snowden, it’s good enough for most—if not all—of the other people who need to encrypt things.


    At MobilePGP, we aim to provide privacy to our customers with encrypted BlackBerry devices. We assure our users that communication between our customized BlackBerry handsets cannot be tapped. 

     We offer industry leading email security to BlackBerry mobile devices. Our software uses PGP to receive as well as send emails which are encrypted to the handset, so that your valuable data stays protected. 

    We perform the complete range of activities, starting from setup and continuing with maintenance as well as support when you need it. We make integration truly seamless.


    If you want a quick and zero trouble solution to defend the privacy of your email communication, then you can rely on mobile  PGP.


    Why BlackBerry encryption PGP services


    The standard email we generally use is an extremely insecure technique of transmitting information. Wireless communication from a mobile device, like BlackBerry, is much vulnerable without an extra security layer. Messages can be easily intercepted as they are not encrypted automatically before they are sent. They are transmitted as readable text and any third party can go through a mail, which is intercepted without the knowledge of both the recipient and sender. File attachments like photos are also transmitted unencrypted when sent from a Blackberry mobile device.


    PGP is the real world equivalent of sending a mail sealed in envelopes so that it will not be possible for any unauthorized person to read the content inside it. BlackBerry PGP encryption does the same thing in the virtual sphere.


    Who uses BlackBerry PGP services?


    This encryption service finds a wide swathe of subscribers, from security conscious individuals to public as well as private companies, including government bodies. BlackBerry devices are ideal for implementing and supporting a PGP framework. It is a common encryption solution for both businesses and individuals.


    How does PGP work?


    PGP is a tried and tested encryption technique which is proven to be secured. It permits users to employ a better encryption standard on BlackBerry email accounts. We use the standard PGP platform encryption RSA 4096 bits partnered with AES 256.   

     In PGP encryption, a public key is used for asymmetric cryptography. Two keys are used for this kind of encrypted information,  one to encipher information, and the other to decipher it. The public key, unlike the secret key, is exchanged between the sender and the recipient. The RSA algorithm performs these functions.

    We allow you or your clients to generate their own PGP keys and passphrases 

    Most PGP BlackBerry service providers do not allow this option -- and it is the single most important part of the security behind this service. If we don't know the passphrase to your keys, how can we possibly intercept and decrypt your messages? If the PGP BlackBerry service provider is creating the key for your device, there is a chance that they can read your messages! This is another reminder that many providers do not have your best interest in mind.

    Be assured that you are the on person with access to your PGP-keys. We allow you to generate the key right on your handheld! Option to only store your private-key on the handheld. 

    We feel it is important to spread the knowledge & truth to all who use PGP encrypted BlackBerry E-Mail. It should be known that PGP BlackBerrys are still the most secure solution for widespread private communications, but it is only as secure as the configuration of the server the recipient of your message is using. There is also the potential to recover messages from a phone using a forensics process known as  chip off However the device is destroyed in the process, requires a lot of time in addition to a well trained