CAPTCHAs are designed to detect text and data that could be misleading or deceptive, but they can also be used to mask the origin of email messages.
But the tools have been criticized for being a powerful tool that can mislead users and lead to identity theft.
Today, a New York-based startup is poised to roll out its first product that uses an e-commerce platform to automate the creation of a CAPTcha.
The company, Acymail, aims to create a system that would allow users to easily create their own customized e-mails.
In a video posted on Acymails website, the company explains how its software could help with e-signatures, password management and email verification, among other things.
It’s a welcome move by the company, which previously announced plans to make its e-fraud detection and security software available to customers.
“I think it’s a really important step for the cybersecurity industry, and we’re hoping that this is just the first step of a much bigger effort to improve the capabilities of e-government,” said David Rieff, CEO of Acyemail, in a phone interview.
“If you can’t be honest with your email, you can be dishonest with your phone.”
Acy emails can contain many types of content.
They can include text messages, e-card attachments, phone calls, and text messages from contacts.
Acy is building its software to help automate the process of generating a CAPP, or Certified Private Account Number, to protect against such types of fraud.
The CAPTCh is an optional step that would be used by e-shoppers to make purchases from certain retailers, like Walmart, to send e-checks to other businesses.
Acermail, which has raised more than $40 million in funding, plans to debut its software in the next few weeks.
The software would not require any prior knowledge about a user’s personal information or financial history, but it would be built to support the use of a user ID, which is a unique identifier used to log in to a website and access certain types of information.
Aci, Acx, Acys, and Acy will share data on its technology with the U.S. government, Acynet, and other companies in the security and e-business industries.
“We think this will allow us to work with government agencies, as well as our customers, to better understand how we can better protect ourselves and how our customers can benefit,” Rieffer said.
Acys team is working to secure its technology to be able to operate in a variety of locations, including at the Pentagon, as part of a DARPA contract, according to the company.
A second team will be built up to help develop and support the product in a number of different countries, including India and Japan, as a part of the DARPA project, according Acy Mail CEO Daniel Kline.
Acies software will be available for free to customers through the company’s website.
A demo version of Acys software is available for download on Acymatch.com, a platform that enables businesses to sell products and services to the public and private sectors.
In the demo version, users can create a CAP, which contains their name, e.g. Aca, and create a phone number for their account, like [email protected]
Acymatches is an app for anyone who wants to sell services and products to the general public, and also allows businesses to offer products and products for sale to their customers.
Kline said Acys product would not only improve the security of users’ online lives, but also help the company reduce the time spent online.
“A lot of our customers are already using a lot of the services they use every day, so when they go out to use the Internet, they’re already doing it in the context of their email account, their bank account, and their bank accounts are not used as an account holder for the site,” Kline told NBC News.
“So we’re looking at doing this in a way that makes that much more difficult to do.”
Acys products are available for purchase through Amazon.com and other online retailers, and will be made available to companies in Acynets platform as well, according Kline and Acymacks CEO Daniel Rieffen.
Acytime, a marketplace for digital goods, already uses an automated email-based system to process payments for a number, but Acy’s product will be able handle payments from more than one email address.
“The way we want to go about it is we’re trying to go with the least amount of effort possible,” Riesffen said.
“It’s a lot easier for us to handle payment from multiple addresses because we have so many people who use AcyMail on a daily basis. We