Browser access to Planio is always encrypted using SSL and our hosted Git repositories require an SSH connection. But we think that's not enough. To ensure data security on all communication channels, Planio can also encrypt and sign e-mail notifications and even receive and decrypt e-mails which you have sent encrypted to your Planio account.
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Simply copy and paste your own OpenPGP public key or fetch it from a key server with a single click.
Planio will then send you e-mail notifications for updated tasks, wiki pages or other news in your projects only encrypted using OpenPGP.
Standards compliant OpenPGP encryption according to RFC 4880
Encryption does not have to be complicated. Widely adopted standards and open source are the best ingredients for secure software. That's why Planio's e-mail encryption is built upon GnuPG, the popular OpenPGP implementation.
Receiving and decrypting encrypted e-mails
Not only can Planio send you encrypted e-mails. You can also send encrypted replies to e-mails received from Planio. Your e-mail will be decrypted automatically and your updates will be applied as they normally would using the E-mail Drop Box.
Simply download Planio's public key and use it for sending your e-mails.