Fifth C Solutions, a Bangalore-based tech company, which recently launched a push e-mail service (BlacMail) similar to the BlackBerry service, says BlacMail's software system is open to legal intercepts.
This comes at a time if Research in Motion (which owns BlackBerry) has appear beneath the Indian Home Ministry's scanner for not accouterment bright advice of users. In fact, the Indian Government has aswell aloft apropos over Gmail and Skype on the affair of not getting able to break agreeable transmitted beyond these services. The added affair is that the servers of these casework are not in India.
In a pre-emptive attack to bright his company's latest barrage BlacMail, Mr K. Krishnamohan, Founder and CEO, Fifth C Solutions, said, “The BlacMail account abides by the Government's ‘Lawful Intercept' mandate. While our software is encrypted, accepted sources can break it application specialised security software. Our servers are aswell in India (hosted in Bangalore).”
BlacMail is a advance email appliance that “pushes” mails (from a best of two email IDs) to the user’s buzz as soon as they acreage in the user’s e-mail inbox. The experience is similar to the BlackBerry service. BlacMail works even on basic Java phones and does not require GPRS connectivity.
Talking about the academic barrage of the application, Mr. Krishnamohan said “BlacMail will soon be accessible through leading operators and manufacturers beyond the country”. The Company has already angry up with BSNL to accommodate advance email to Karnataka subscribers.