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PGP Encryption Packages

World Wide Coverage

3 Months

750.00

6 Months

995.00

12 Months

1950.00

One Time Activation & Set Up Fee Of $45.00 per line

Devices & Price - All Units Are Brand New

9900

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With PGP Service

$150

9720

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With PGP Service

$250

9320

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With PGP Service

$200

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How do I place an order?

If you’re interested in placing an order for Blackberry Device along with PGP, and or have your own device and would just to activate the service.

All you have to do is send an email to sales@encryptyourmobile.com, along with your name, company name, shipping address, city, province/state, postal code and country along with what type of units, service required. We will then send you an invoice along with our wire details to pay.

Payments can be sent only by wire transfer; once we receive the payment it will take up to 3 business days to program/provision the lines and ship.

All shipments are sent by FedEx express. And should arrive within 2 business days depending where you are in the world.

Any further questions/comments please don’t hesitate to reach us at sales@encryptyourmobile.com

You can count on Wireless Warehouse as your trusted source for PGP phones and encryption technology. By using the latest PGP encryption, we can ensure that the messages you send on your BlackBerry are safe, private, confidential and secure.

Using PGP encryption for your BlackBerry speeds up secure communications with a cost-efficient approach that is used by personal users and businesses alike. Safeguard your private communications today by using the latest in BlackBerry devices and the related encryption technology, or PGP.

Why is BlackBerry PGP Needed?

People usually think that the emails they transmit on their BlackBerry will not require encryption. After all, they are not in the habit of sending sensitive information over the virtual pipeline. However, just because you have nothing to hide does not mean you might not lose some data you don’t want to forfeit.

A Standard e-mail on a BlackBerry or any other cellular device is an extremely insecure transmission of information. Without an additional layer of security, a third party can intercept an email message without the knowledge of either the recipient or sender. File attachments can also be easily retrieved and viewed at the same time.

Mail sent by snail mail is sent in envelopes to prevent any intrusion. In the same way, the email on a BlackBerry should also be secured. By using PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) encryption (a top encryption software today), any emails that are sent can be protected from prying eyes.

Who Uses PGP Encryption?

Many businesses and individuals make use of PGP encryption, including companies in the public and private sectors, governmental bodies and educational institutions. PGP encryption complements BlackBerry use and is considered a viable solution for sending private and confidential messages and content.

How Blackberry PGP Works

With the use of PGP, users of BlackBerry devices are able to send emails that are encrypted, or correspondence and attachments that are only meant for the recipient. Technically, PGP, which stands for “Pretty Good Privacy,” is a software designed to prevent e-mail messages from being read or decrypted. While an email message can still be intercepted, it is useless to do so as the messaged content is unreadable.

Therefore, a PGP encrypted email can only be read or decrypted by the receiver. By the use of PGP, BlackBerry users are also able to verify their identity when transmitting secured messages. In turn, the recipient can confirm that the sent message did not originate from an imposter. This type of security is known as digital signing.

How It all Began

PGP, which was invented in 1991, has been considered the de facto standard among email encryption software as it protects both business and personal communications. PGP, which has been upgraded through the years to improve its use, is well-supported on a BlackBerry device.

By including PGP encryption, the security of sending an e-mail is doubly enhanced as long as each user employs the technology. Your email correspondence should be private. Therefore, we at the Wireless Warehouse are committed to providing customers with the latest in PGP encryption for BlackBerrys.

Wireless Warehouse implements the use of PGP for BlackBerrys by enforcing and utilizing the highest in quality and format. Servers used for the Wireless Warehouse PGP service are designed to prevent unauthorized access and mitigate issues with corruption.

That’s because the PGP software for BlackBerrys uses a modified type of public key system for encryption. Each BlackBerry user holds a private encryption key, which is only known by them. and a public encryption key – the key that is needed by others to communicate privately.

Why PGP for BlackBerry is a Strong and Viable Security Solution

Like any encryption method, the strength of the algorithm is only as resilient as the computational power being used. As technologies advance in this area, the algorithms for PGP are also improved. Over time, then, PGP has proven to be the securest and most reliable means for encrypting email messages.

How The Keys Are Used

The public and privately referenced keys work in collaboration in the following way –

  • The sender types and email message and sends it.
  • The message is compressed.
  • PGP develops a one-time Session Key that is employed to encrypt the compressed email correspondence on a sender’s BlackBerry. The Session Key is needed to decrypt the message.
  • The Session Key, in turn, is encrypted with the recipient’s public key, which is directly tied to the BlackBerry of the recipient. Therefore, decryption can only be executed by using the private key of the recipient.
  • The encrypted email as well as the encrypted Session Key are delivered to the recipient.

If the message is intercepted at this juncture, it cannot be read because the email and Session Key have been encrypted and therefore can only be decrypted by using the private key of the recipient.

After the recipient receives the email, PGP immediately decrypts the Session Key with the private key of the recipient. (Only the recipient holds the private key). Wireless Warehouse is not privy to this information. The key is linked to one device, such as a BlackBerry. Therefore, no other device or person can decrypt the Session Key.

  • PGP uses the Session Key to decrypt the email message and decompress the content.
  • The recipient reads the email.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is PGP?

Developed in 1991 by Phil Zimmerman, Pretty Good Privacy or PGP is a data encryption and decryption program that supplies privacy and authentication, cryptographically, for data communications and email transmissions. PGP is regularly used for encrypting and decrypting texts, signing, e-mail security and for safeguarding the content of directories, whole disk partitions and files related to email transmissions.

PGP works by combining public-key encryption and symmetric-key encryption. The symmetric-key encryption requires the use of a Session Key. Each symmetric key then is used once.

  • The Session Key and message are transmitted to a receiver.
  • The Session Key is sent to the receiver for decrypting the message.
  • The Session Key is encrypted during transmission so it is protected. The Session Key is encrypted with the Public Key used by the recipient.
  • Only the Private Key of the recipient can decrypt the email sender’s Session Key.

Therefore, PGP is regularly used for privacy and security and for authenticity. For instance, if you encrypt an email message with PGP, the process assures that the message will be sent by a legitimate sender and that it has not been altered by an interceptor or third a party.

What should I do if I lose my BlackBerry or wipe my device?

If PGP is implemented, your information is entirely secure. That means no one is able to access your email messages or contacts. No one can use your phone or identify the identify of owner of the phone. In the event you wipe your device or lose it, you need to immediately contact us here at the Wireless Warehouse. We can help you by providing you with a device so you can continue to communicate.

How secure is the PGP Encryption Offered by the Wireless Warehouse?

Our PGP encryption is military-grade encryption. Therefore, the algorithms that are used do not possess cryptanalytic weaknesses. The technology combines digital signature authentication with public and private key cryptography along with user-generated passphrases. No backdoor vulnerability is associated with the use of PGP. Plus, our enterprise server is located in Canada, making the use of PGP far less susceptible to DoS activity. Servers stored in offshore locations are less reliable.

Why do I need to encrypt my email?

Whether you wish to secure data, avoid a security breach or need to meet governmental compliance, PGP helps secure your email transmissions. Encryption is the “envelope” that keeps people from reading your correspondence.

What is the definition of a Public Key?

When you send encrypted emails, your device automatically downloads the email receiver’s public key from their company’s universal server. The public key is used for encryption so that the message can only be decrypted by the receiver’s private key.

What is the definition of a Private Key? 

A private key is your own personal key, used to decrypt private email transmissions. No one can access your private key except you.

Can I access my email with another device besides a BlackBerry?

No you cannot. The only way you can decrypt your email is solely with your private key on your BlackBerry device. Since Wireless Warehouse cannot store a duplicate private key, you can only decrypt messages on your BlackBerry.

How much does encryption cost?

Wireless Warehouse offers various plans (all affordable) that depend on whether your supply your own BlackBerry or we provide the technology. We offer the SIM card, set-up and activation at minimal pricing and provide volume discounts for reseller wholesale pricing or for multiple lines. We can work within your budget, depending on your exact needs and specifications.

How dependable are your services?

Wireless Warehouse has invested in a state-of-the-art infrastructure to ensure that customers receive 100% uptime for their wireless services. Our network and infrastructure guarantee that your technology will perform as we promise. Services are backed by a one-year warranty.

Is Encryption or PGP easy to establish?

Yes, set-up is easy and fast. We also supply live support or documentation for using an encryption or PGP upgrade.

Is Your Current BlackBerry Secure?

One of the great things about PGP security software is that it lends that additional layer of security to the BlackBerry, which also follows its own standards in securing transmissions. High-profile company data leaks have caused specialists in the IT field to underscore the need for Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM).

Consumers, in the interim, want to have the flexibility to download apps, connect with social networks and interact with customers or friends anytime and anywhere. All these forms of communication need to be supported by security technologies.

When the BlackBerry is supported by PGP software, the technology is able to pass all the tests that makes security so important. After all, the defender needs to protect each of the entry parts while an attacker only needs to find one vulnerability.

Plus, security with a BlackBerry is about economics. No system or device is considered impenetrable, even a BlackBerry. So, PGP security needs to be employed. The money spent on PGP is aligned with the value of what you need to protect.

Security also needs a strong foundation. That is why PGP is the foundation you need. The be effective, the security for your device needs to be incorporated from the very beginning. Therefore, a security software, such as PGP, is not a mere enhancement, it is a basic and important part of the BlackBerry device.

You cannot build a fully secure product overnight nor can you compromise on your device’s security. That is why BlackBerry features hardware and software amenities that provide an end-to-end layered defense. This is doubly true if PGP is employed. BlackBerry, itself, verifies the authenticity of its OS and software every single time the brand boots up a device. By using PGP, data is encrypted and secured on your BlackBerry across a reliable network – a network that won’t fail you when you transmit messages.

While Wireless Warehouse, first and foremost, encourages the use of PGP, it also stands behind software that secures instant messaging and protects users against mobile malware attacks. BlackBerry continually invests heavily in developing new security technologies and therefore constantly monitors and fortifies security of their products. Using PGP enables you to use your BlackBerry with even more confidence.

How to Become a Wireless Warehouse Reseller

As a Wireless Warehouse reseller you can make money in one of various ways. Not only can you make an income from the markup you receive from new and refurbished phone sales, you can also charge customers for SIM cards (which you receive free) and for activation. Resellers also make money from Wireless Warehouse accessories. Some of these products include headphones, USB chargers, cases, and covers made with tempered glass.

Here, at Wireless Warehouse, we buy and sell cellular products and directly distribute and import our wireless technologies. Therefore, the products we sell are hand-picked and of the best quality. Your reselling efforts are also supported with eye-capturing packages, all which is presented in inviting countertop and floor displays. Resellers also receive sales tools in the form of website development, posters, signs and banners, any of which can be used nationally or locally.

Because of our eye-capturing displays and colorful packaging, potential customers are immediately drawn to Wireless Warehouse products. The counter displays cost about $200 and the floor displays, which hold about 100 wireless items, cost around $500. Markup is usually 200% to 300%. Therefore, you are duly rewarded by your sales efforts.

As a reseller, you do not need any sales training as our popular wireless phones and accessories virtually sell themselves. You can include the displays in one of various businesses as well, such as convenient stores, dollar stores, flea market booths, or computer stores. The phones and accessories can even be sold in such places as restaurants, dry cleaners or truck stops.

Here, at Wireless Warehouse, we support you through the set-up process – a process that requires no technical expertise on your part. As a reseller, you supply the devices and accessories and we supplement your efforts by providing SIM cards free of charge. You can charge for the SIM cards whenever they are activated or needed.

If you want to find out more about the Wireless Warehouse reseller opportunity, visit us online at the following link – www.wirelesswarehousewholesale.ca. You can also send us an email at sales@wirelesswarehousewholesale.ca. Phone calls can be directed to 1-888-582-8225. Contact us today about this one-of-a-kind selling opportunity!

Blackberry Encryption for Email

Even though the BlackBerry is a highly secure mobile device, you still need encryption for email. PGP is the highest-quality type of encryption used. Therefore, to make sure your emails are sent securely, you need to add this communications enhancement to your phone.

According to publicly sourced data, no known method exists that will permit a group or individual to break PGP type encryption by computational or cryptographic means. That is why we, at Wireless Warehouse, feature PGP encrypted communications for our BlackBerry devices or supply the software to anyone who wants to use it on their own BlackBerry. PGP inspires confidence in the establishment of true end-to-end security. Therefore, when you add encryption to a BlackBerry we can ensure –

  • A state-of-the-art security infrastructure that will secure your email transmissions and information.
  • The ultimate in protection with user-generated PGP security keys.
  • A state-of-the-art network infrastructure that ensures 100% uptime.

Because we utilize an infrastructure network that is infinitely expandable, you will find that network monitoring and capacity are easily managed by our company. We, at Wireless Warehouse, continually gain the trust of our customers because our competitors experience ongoing difficulties using less-than-efficient networks.

Do you want to make sure that the encryption of your email messages on your BlackBerry is guaranteed? Then you need to rely on the security resource that Wireless Warehouse provides. Don’t fall prey to providers that lack the network infrastructure to offer you reliable support. Because we use PGP for encryption and support its use with an infrastructure that is described as “fail-safe,” we at Wireless Warehouse can offer you premium encryption at a surprisingly affordable price.

We are the only cellular retailer you will ever need to for BlackBerry encryption or mobile communication products and accessories.

How to Become a Wireless Warehouse Reseller

As a Wireless Warehouse reseller you can make money in one of various ways. Not only can you make an income from the markup you receive from new and refurbished phone sales, you can also charge customers for SIM cards (which you receive free) and for activation. Resellers also make money from Wireless Warehouse accessories. Some of these products include headphones, USB chargers, cases, and covers made with tempered glass.

Here, at Wireless Warehouse, we buy and sell cellular products and directly distribute and import our wireless technologies. Therefore, the products we sell are hand-picked and of the best quality. Your reselling efforts are also supported with eye-capturing packages, all which is presented in inviting countertop and floor displays. Resellers also receive sales tools in the form of website development, posters, signs and banners, any of which can be used nationally or locally.

Because of our eye-capturing displays and colorful packaging, potential customers are immediately drawn to Wireless Warehouse products. The counter displays cost about $200 and the floor displays, which hold about 100 wireless items, cost around $500. Markup is usually 200% to 300%. Therefore, you are duly rewarded by your sales efforts.

As a reseller, you do not need any sales training as our popular wireless phones and accessories virtually sell themselves. You can include the displays in one of various businesses as well, such as convenient stores, dollar stores, flea market booths, or computer stores. The phones and accessories can even be sold in such places as restaurants, dry cleaners or truck stops.

Here, at Wireless Warehouse, we support you through the set-up process – a process that requires no technical expertise on your part. As a reseller, you supply the devices and accessories and we supplement your efforts by providing SIM cards free of charge. You can charge for the SIM cards whenever they are activated or needed.

If you want to find out more about the Wireless Warehouse reseller opportunity, visit us online at the following link – www.wirelesswarehousewholesale.ca. You can also send us an email at sales@wirelesswarehousewholesale.ca. Phone calls can be directed to 1-888-582-8225. Contact us today about this one-of-a-kind selling opportunity!

How PGP Works

Here is what takes place as you type and send a message:

  1. PGP first compresses the plaintext. Data compression saves transmission time and strengthens the cryptographic security.
  2. PGP then creates a Session Key, which is a one-time-only secret key. This key is randomly generated from the unique movements of your mouse and the keystrokes as you type the message. This Session Key works with a very secure encryption algorithm to Encrypt the Compressed Text.
  3. Once the Compressed Text is Encrypted with the Session key as described, the Session Key is then Encrypted to the Recipient’s Public Key. This Public Key encrypted Session Key is transmitted along with the Compressed Encrypted Message to the Recipient.
  4. When the message is received by the Recipient their copy of PGP uses their Private Key to Decrypt the temporary Session Key, which PGP then uses to decrypt and decompress the Encrypted Message so it can be read.

Encryption Service

Encryption Service for Mobile Devices
– Use Encrypted Wireless’ Encryption Service to Prevent Mobile Messages from being Read by Third Party Individuals.
– Information leaks cost Companies a fortune and Individuals their well being on a regular basis worldwide.
– Messages are Encrypted using Military Grade 4096 Bit PGP Encryption Technology.
– Messages are Encrypted on the Handheld, Sent through the Wireless Network and/or Internet and then Decrypted on the Recipients Handheld.
– Messages are Not Possible to Decrypt without Users Secret Private Key Only Accessible by their Private Password.
– Messages are Automatically Deleted from the System when a User deletes them from their handheld.
– Users Can Remotely Delete All Data on the Blackberry if the Unit is Lost as a Security Measure.
– Unlimited World Wide Encrypted Email Service (Depends on Users Data Plan, however it’s Always Unlimited when Using Network Service sold by Encryption Service Provider)
– Use Wi-Fi In any Remote Area not Covered by a Mobile Carrier to Send Encrypted Messages.
Traditional Communication Vulnerabilities and Comparison:
– Regular Email Messages (Non Encrypted) – Are Easily and Routinely Intercepted and Read by Third Party Individuals.
– Voice Calls – Are Routinely Intercepted and Monitored by Third Parties.
– Text Messages – Are Not Encrypted, Intercepted by Third Parties and Logged by Carriers for 7 Years.
– Pin to Pin Messages – Are Not Encrypted and can Be Intercepted and Logged. There are Monitoring Software’s that identify Key words of “Interest” and then Log an Individuals PIN for Monitoring of what they Talk about and what other PINs they Talk with. A PIN is Physically Attached to the Blackberry Device like a serial number whereas an Email is Not and can be moved to another Device Anytime. Once someone has a PIN of “Interest” they could also track your device whereas with Encrypted Email there would be no “interest” in the first place because the messages are not possible to be Intercepted and Read.

Where To Purchase

We have dealers in the following countries: 
  • USA
  • Canada
  • Netherlands
  • Spain
  • Portugal
  • Russia
  • Mexico
  • Thailand
  • UK
  • Australia
  • Germany
  • Dubai

Prices

PGP 12 months – $1950

PGP 6 months – $995

PGP 3 months – $750

 

Blackberry 9320 w/PGP – $199

Blackberry 9360 w/PGP – $210

Blackberry 9790 w/PGP – $40

Blackberry 9900 w/PGP – $400

Devices

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Blackberry 9320 w/PGP – $199

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Blackberry 9360 w/PGP – $210

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Blackberry 9790 w/PGP – $40

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Blackberry 9900 w/PGP – $400

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FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO PLACE AN ORDER
GIVE US A CALL AT
(519) 997-2322  OR SEND US AN EMAIL
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