Microsoft® Outlook security feature updated for safe Hotmail™ communications
Microsoft Outlook users get the freedom to communicate safely through Hotmail as Microsoft adopts SSL to handle data security issues.
Are you worried
about keeping your system data secured and untouched? Have you lost your confidential data while communicating through Microsoft Outlook? Do you often wish there could be a safety vault to keep your communications and attached data secured over the e-mails? Well, you are not the only one to have such worries. Your confidential information is often at a stake as any unauthorized user can breach into your network and steal and misuse it. Many of us must have fallen prey to such issues with our office and home PCs and therefore we fear it all the more. Microsoft has initialized SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) for Microsoft Outlook users to ensure secured transfer of your data through Hotmail.
Microsoft Corp. has incorporated SSL for Microsoft Outlook e-mail service, so that you can safely send and receive e-mails via Hotmail account synced with Microsoft Outlook. The security mechanism keeps your communications safe and untraced from hackers. The service is also extended to other Windows Live Services used with HTTPS, which ensures security for your account. It is a standard set to secure sensitive and confidential Internet content. Financial institutions are highly benefited as their data are now safe from being hacked and misused.
This update has erased many hassles over data hijack, which cover encryption of communication between Windows Live e-mail, contact and calendar services. This update also has an option that can make it simpler for users to download Windows Live Mail for Window Vista and Windows 7 operating systems.
The update is available in two versions of 32-bit and 64-bit for all the versions, except Microsoft Outlook 2011. Now mail your sensitive and secure data safely from Hotmail to the required destination without any impostors trapping to hack the content.