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NoteShred – Send Encrypted, Password Protected Notes That Automatically Shred After Reading

Posted by Marcus Zillman


NoteShred – Send Encrypted, Password Protected Notes That Automatically Shred After Reading
https://www.noteshred.com/

Stop sending sensitive information in plain text. Encrypted email is a pain. Send an online, encrypted, password protected note instead and be notified after it’s been read and shred. The idea behind NoteShred is simple. You create a note, assign it a password and then select how and when you would like the note to “shred” itself. The note has a unique URL that you can send to a recipient along with a password for them to open the note. You decide when the note will destroy or “shred” itself. They email you once your note is shredded or deleted so you can rest easy knowing that sensitive information is no longer just laying around in someone’s inbox. Your notes are secured using a strong AES 256bit encryption algorithm with a variable encryption key based on your own password. This means that only the people with the password can decrypt the note. They are not able to decrypt your note or your attachments in anyway. NoteShred doesn’t require any registration or user accounts. It’s all free with no commitment. You can send notes to anybody, all they need is the password. This will be added to Privacy Resources Subject Tracer™. This has been added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog. This will be added to Entrepreneurial Resources Subject Tracer™.

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