This web app allows you to securely send and store text and small files for retrieval by a third-party.
After logging in, click the closed padlock button to encrypt new text, type the usernames or e-mail addresses of the users you want to encrypt text for (separate multiple recipients with semicolons). You can send up to 600,000 characters of text and a single file up to 1MB in size.
After encrypting your data you get an unlock passphrase which you can send an e-mail notification for (or save for yourself) - you can unlock data by clicking the “unlocked” padlock and typing in the code, or following the link in the notification e-mail.
All data is encrypted / decrypted locally in the browser with AES-256 (military-grade) encryption - private keys are derived from the unlock passphrase, but neither the private key nor the unlock passphrase are stored on our servers, so literally everything on our servers is just a bunch of unreadable junk. Encrypted data can be manually destroyed by its creator, it's automatically destroyed after 2 months. There are no e-mail logs kept for the notifications and no way for us to confirm when a notification was sent, or what it contained.
Plus- all site activity is secured with TLS 1.2 in transit so you have double-dog™ encryption.
Every unlock passphrase is 20 characters long.
Each character is a (crytpographically secure) random selection of 62 unique characters.
Even if the database leaks (which it shouldn't! It's locked away on a Digital Ocean server) - it would take the fastest supercomputer on Earth over 300 years to discover the correct unlock passphrase using an offline attack, at a rate of 96,000,000,000,000,000 attempts per second! The amount of data generated in such an attack would be greater than all of the data generated since the dawn of computing.
Registration and decryptions are free and you will receive 24 encryptions on the house!
We believe in a right to privacy, not piracy. While this site is targeted towards privacy and security of data, we do not endorse or condone any inappropriate use, including but not limited to: hacking, cracking, sharing, or downloading any copyrighted materials. Respect the property rights of others. Woof!