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You probably know that the information you share over email or instant messages isn’t impregnable, meaning it can be viewed by individuals or agencies with malicious intent. So how do you go about sharing really confidential info over the web? There are a few ways to do that but if you need a quick solution, you can try this web service called One Time Secret. Paste your sensitive text, and encrypt it with a password. It generates a secret link that is automatically destroyed in 2 days.

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The link generated can only be seen one time. That means once the link is seen by the concerned person, it is automatically rendered unusable. So you can be sure that your link stays safe from prying eyes. Overall, a quick and easy way to share secret information easily online.


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  1. David
    May 16, 2016 at 2:03 am

    If you are looking for an alternative one-time notes software/web app, take a look the "One-Time Secret Notes". It is a free tool developed by "Intuitive Password" (an Online Password Manager company) that is used for sharing sensitive information securely and temporarily. The tool is 100% free of charge, its secure and easy to use.

    All your sensitive information stored with One-Time Secret Notes persists for a single viewing, which means it can't be read by someone else later. One-Time Secret Notes will delete your message immediately after it has been read.

    To find this tool, just googling "Intuitive Password", then go to their home page and click on "Free Tools" on the top menu, then select "One-Time Secret Notes".