Seald's documentation

Seald is an email and document encryption solution designed to be easily usable by any employee in a company, giving employees and administrators fine control and monitoring of each encrypted document or email.

Once secured with Seald, the document can be transferred by any means (email, FTP, SSH, download platform, P2P, USB key,...) without fear that any intermediary being able to read it.

Seald stands out from other solutions on the market (those that implement OpenPGP or S/MIME for example) by allowing a recipient who does not have Seald to decrypt a document without creating an account, generating a key pair or installing anything, but also by the fact that we do not store nor transport the document. Thus a storage compromise will in no way compromise file integrity nor confidentiality, unlike other models where cryptographic trust is implemented at the same level as storage.

The documentation is available in three forms:

  • the user guide containing step-by-step instructions for using Seald in various use-cases for an end-user;
  • the administrator guide containing step-by-step instructions for using Seald in various use-cases for an administrator;
  • the reference containing the full documentation of each element of Seald's solutions.

For commercial information about Seald, visit the main site.