Send files securely

Send files in all formats and sizes in a secure way with end-to-end encryption allowing you to share files among your contacts, ensuring that nobody is able to intercept them.

Neither we nor any other "trusted third party" has access to your files. At the same time, thanks to confirming the identity of your contacts, you know for sure that no one will be able to impersonate the person you are communicating with.

Manage your files in an encrypted cloud

Secure place to store documents, contracts and reports that no one else can have access to? You can store files in your secure cloud, which only you can access from our application. Use our encrypted cloud as a secure archive of your most important data.

We don’t use web client applications. Access to services is available in a desktop application.

Encrypt files locally on your device

The private key that protects all communications in the system is ONLY on your disk.
Only YOU have access to a key that allows you to encrypt your files, conduct chat conversations, manage your devices and address books. Encryption of all communications is always done locally on your device.
This can be used to locally encrypt your confidential files.

Use chat with encrypted communication
  • all address books of our users are encrypted (featuring full anonymity of contacts),
  • we don't know who our users invite to chat (fully anonymous conversation),
  • we don't know when or who is talking to whom (full anonymity of communication),
  • we don't know what users are sending with end-to-end encryption (full confidentiality and message integrity),
  • we do not save any data on our servers' hard drives (all communication is carried using RAM),
  • all encrypted anonymous messages on our servers are completely removed after 24 hours and no trace is left of them (no data is saved to the hard drives of the servers)

Create an account and send your data securely!

If you need to learn more about our solution, or need help in implementing it, write to us:



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