Manhattan, NY, October 26, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Today a brand new encrypted email service hit the market from a multi-national company company in HQ in HK, Zurich and London, and in reverence to the fallen preferred provider of one Edward Snowden which came before it, they have affectionately named it “Lavaboom,” Lavaboom failed financially in August of 15, thus the technology was acquired by Invacio who's CEO William James Dalrymple West stated it was a scoop for Invacio and has immediately begun building a team to integrate Invmail in to Invacio and enhance the capabilities and functionality options of Invmail with technology created by Invacio.
Invmail is a just released email service that can send and receive encrypted emails to any address within its network, and provides a 500mb limit 100 percent free to all new users.
Other attractive features include end-to-end encryption, three-way authentication, and what they call a “zero-knowledge policy.” This suggests that even if the authorities put in a request for a user’s information at some point in the future, they wouldn’t have the capability to pull their files because they never existed in the first place.
The engineers behind Invmail (formally Lavaboom) have insisted that they’ve taken the necessary precautions to prevent the same kind of issues allegedly faced by Lavabit late last year when Uncle Sam came knocking on their door allegedly without a warrant, in search of Snowden’s personal private encryption keys.
For more information, head over to https://www.Invmail.io