Voltage offers one of the many alternatives present in the industry for secure encrypted email communication. It is supposed to have incorporated strong anti-phishing technology within it. Could very well be, but there is a huge problem with the whole concept. You see, the way it is supposed to work is:
1. I type an email - and then choose to encrypt via voltage and send
2. Receiver gets an email with my email-address in the "From:" field, but with content stating something like "You have received an encrypted email. To view your email, click on the attachment.." - and a neat little html attachment presents itself for you to click.
3. Receiver - knows all about Voltage and its anti phishing technology - and hence assumes it is safe to click on a link / open the attachment.
Sheeeesh. No option to type a url and go to Voltage's website. No notification that I could be sent to sushi-land.. nothing..
.. More phish anyone ?