StealthMail was founded by a team of experts in cybersecurity and professional telecommunications.
The StealthMail team has been developing secure and mission-critical solutions for multiple clients from the United States, Europe, and the Middle East over the last 12 years.
Our team invented and patented the Secure Dynamic Network Protocol.
Utilizing all our experience, the team at StealthMail has invented and patented military-grade communications and encryption.
StealthMail earned Co-Sell Ready Status through the Microsoft One Commercial Partner (OCP) Program. The Co-Sell Program aligns Microsoft’s large, global salesforce behind partners like StealthMail to drive top-notch solutions for customers.
StealthMail has submitted customer references that successfully demonstrated successful projects, met a performance commitment, and passed technology and sales assessments to become eligible.
Email needs to earn the right to be trusted by millions of people and organizations with their most sensitive information. We see a future where everyone is confident that their private correspondence is genuinely secure.
What We Do
All aspects of our lives depend on the safety and reliability of the Internet, and email plays a major role as the backbone of today's communication. But surprisingly, email still works on SMTP, developed in 1982 - it wasn’t designed for privacy or security at all.
Most people don’t know that emails are sent in plain unencrypted text. That is as risky as using postcards! Even traditional mail going through the post office has an envelope to hide its content, but emails don’t.
Emails travel unencrypted via 3rd parties, untrusted email relays where they may be collected, analyzed, and stored.
The risks of using regular email have become unacceptable. We believe people should be aware of how email works and the risks they take when talking to their bank, doctor, legal advisor, accountant, or family members via email.
Both individuals and companies should have professional security alternatives to protect their communication's privacy and keep their businesses and private lives safe.
In the digital world we live in today, secure communication channels should become a fundamental right for all people.
Email transfer simulation. Actual content cannot be tracked.