Question5Replies1336Views SAHAK002 Member since 2012 4 posts CIBC Posted: 4 years agoLast activity: 4 years 1 month ago Closed Looking for a solution to encrypt email attachments with a random generated password/digital IDThe requirement is like thisPega will be sending email to customer's email address with some attachment which will contain some confidential information and data.Email Body might also contain some confidential informationThe email attachment needs to be encrypted and password protected.Recipient will receive a link in the same email or a separate email to generate the password to open the attachment.The password will be a random number or some key which cannot be guessed by anyone.(It cannot be combination of DOB/name something like that)The password can be same for all attachments sent to a particular recipient***Updated by moderator: Marissa to update categories*** Security ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Posted: 4 years agoSantanu PEGA replied to SAHAK002Lets take a two step approach 1. Password protect your file. For that , you can take a look at this article : https://pdn.pega.com/community/pega-product-support/question/how-passwo… 2. Send email and attach the file. To send encrypted email, you can follow this https://pdn.pega.com/how-send-encrypted-email Posted: 4 years agoSAHAK002 CIBC replied to SAHAK002Thanks. Regarding the password protection it looks like the password is set inside the code. Is there any way the password can be random? Posted: 4 years agoSAHAK002 CIBC replied to SAHAK002Thanks. Regarding the password protection it looks like the password is set inside the code. Is there any way the password can be random? Posted: 4 years agoJOHNPW_GCS PEGA replied to SAHAK002Note also that PRPC has S/MIME facilities built in - so you can send standard encrypted emails this way. (But you need to check the version of PRPC - you may need some HFIXes to address some issues with it) Posted: 4 years agoJOHNPW_GCS PEGA replied to JOHNPW_GCSI just realised that Santanu had already covered the S/MIME feature (it's what the PDN link he provided is about).