- easy way to encrypt your data online

About this online encryption service:

This is service for securing your messages in an easy way. All you need is only to enter a message text of your message and encryption password. The password will be used for both encryption and decryption. The system will encrypt your message using strong encryption algorithm, and it will be secure for sending. Anyone who intercepts the encrypted message without password will not be able to read original message.

It's absolutely free and does not require installing any software to your PC.

This service is helpful when:

  • You want to send a mail message which can be read by many people (family, friends, colleagues, etc)
  • Your company has traffic analisis software which filters your message for words like a 'Job', 'CV', or any others. You can encrypt your message and then send it from/to any e-mail account
  • When you send a message through unsecured channel (public mail server, ICQ, etc)
  • When you want to hide information from automatic robots, which filters you public site or blog. In this case you can write password for decryption and link to this, and anyone will be able to read your message

How to use this service:

  1. Enter message in the text field bellow
  2. Enter any unordinary and unique password (and confirm password)
  3. Press 'Encrypt' button
  4. Select and copy encrypted code and send it to respondent. It's safe to send it as EMail message.
  5. Inform him about your secret password
  6. When recipient has received encrypted message, he visits this site and decrypts message to original form using your secret password


Message to encrypt or decrypt
Password Confirm password (not requred for decryption)


  • Use passwords at least 8 characters long.
  • Don not use simple password (like '123456', 'qwerty', etc), because it can be easily broken.
  • Don not send password with the encrypted message. You have to transfer password using another channel, for example you can tell the secret key by phone
  • Use unique password for every message
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