Are you worried about:
Ransomware or other malware attacks destroying your digital life or business?
- Clicking on links or opening files that might be malicious?
Opening items you don’t trust on your computer?
Are you curious about new places on the web and want to be safe while you explore?
With a Safely Open subscription you can open digital content you don’t trust.
Easily upload emails, files and links you don’t trust onto our quarantine computers running in the cloud and take a look without any risk of compromising your system.
Watch this 1 minute video to find out how Safely Open helps keep you and your business protected
How our service works
You choose what you want to Safely Open. We do the rest.
A brand new, isolated computing environment is created each time that is nowhere near your system. You can see and view these items in the Safely Open service without risking your computer or data.
Once you have viewed the item with Safely Open you can work out what to do with the content on your computer.
There is no software to install – get started right away
Forward emails that you don’t trust to a private Safely Open email address.
Forward the emails with links and attachments in to your private Safely Open email address.
The emails you send are held in your Safely Open inbox. Open them in a Safely Open session when you are ready.
Copy and paste a link you don’t trust into Safely Open.
A Safely Open session will be started and a browser in the isolated environmnt will take you to visit the site.
Once you have visited the site on Safely Open you can decide whether it is safe.
Upload files you don’t trust.
Drag and drop files or select files to upload. The files are immediately available in a Safely Open session.
Supported file types include: Microsoft Office formats, Zip files, PDFs, Media files.
How do I use Safely Open?
Corporate AnnualProtection and flexibility for your business
- Best value plan
- Long term stability
- Easy administration
Personal Protection Top-UpPay-as-you-go
- Pay $0.25 per session
- Convenient for occasional and infrequent use
- Great way to try our service
Personal ProtectionMonthly Subscription
- 21 day free trial
- Flexibility and control
- Monthly renewal
Why use Safely Open?
If you open untrusted content like files or web pages on your computers there is a risk that your digital life will be damaged. The ability to run your business decimated. Your precious family memories lost. Sometimes it isn’t easy to work out what is a legitimate email, file or link. With Safely Open you upload these items you don’t trust onto our quarantine computers and take a look without any risk of compromising your system.
Anti-virus software is an essential part of all computer security and something we thoroughly recommend – but it isn’t enough. Most anti-virus software looks for what it knows to be a virus. But, if you receive malicious software that your anti-virus doesn’t know about, it can have difficulty protecting you. This is why Safely Open can help you unlike traditional anti-virus. We open your suspicious items in an entirely separate, disposable environment far away from your computer, phone or tablet.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I subscribe?
Create an account with our service. You can simply sign up and sign in with your Microsoft work, Google or Facebook account if you prefer.
Then choose from our plans the one that suits you best. Many of our customers choose to start with a free trial.
How do I Safely Open content?
Emails: Forward an email from your subscriber email address to your personal Safely Open email address.
Web links: Copy and paste a link you don’t trust to launch a Safely Open session.
Files and documents: Select a file you don’t trust on your computer or drag and drop content into a Safely Open session.
What happens to the content?
Does Safely Open clean or verify content?
Our service doesn’t clean or verify content. After you Safely Open an item, if you still aren’t sure it is legitimate then we recommend that you don’t open it on your computer. Keep it in your Safely Open inbox and open it again if you need to.
We recommend that you should also have an anti-virus service running on your computer.