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SecureSend

Encrypt Sensitive Data for Transmission

$9.99
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Platforms: Mac OS X 10.6 or later
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Do you break into a cold sweat every time you send super-sensitive, highly-critical information in an email or instant message? With the way the Internet works, your message can bounce across dozens of servers before reaching its destination, and who knows how secure they are? With today’s discount software promotion, SecureSend, you can immerse yourself in reassurance and security!

SecureSend securely and irreversibly encrypts your information, safeguarding it against hacking and interception with military-grade algorithms. With SecureSend, your confidential data is encrypted with a secret password and converted to useless streams of garbage. Using AES encryption, or your choice of multiple proprietary algorithms and methods, SecureSend works to secure your data so that it can be safely sent over the Internet. Only you and the recipient will know the password!

Think about it – with SecureSend, you can send anything online without worry that it could be compromised! Credit card info, social security numbers, you name it. You could even broadcast the encrypted text across social media and no one would be able to figure it out! And since the encrypted file is just text, you can copy and paste it into any email, instant message, or other format with ease.

SecureSend Transporter is the vendor's free, proprietary method of sending encrypted messages across the Internet, all without having to leave the SecureSend app! Without having to email or otherwise manually send anything, SecureSend Transporter will send your encrypted message for free straight to another user, allowing them to receive and decrypt it instantly. Sending and receiving messages with SecureSend Transporter occurs from a tab in the SecureSend client, and notifications of messages are delivered the minute you hit "send". To send a message on SecureSend Transporter, use the "Result" menu after you have encrypted some text in SecureSend. There is no cost to using SecureSend Transporter.

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Tony Haynes 'irreversibly'....?!!
Not a lot of use for the recipient then!
Happy to offer to write meaningful descriptions for your software......
Jan 26 2014 at 2:13am Copy Link
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Yasyf Mohamedali Hey Tony!

You're completely right, that was perhaps not the best choice of words. What we mean is that without the original password, the original text is irrecoverable, that is, the encryption is irreversible to a stranger.

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Yasyf Mohamedali - Jan 26 2014 at 2:15am Copy Link
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Tony Haynes Well, truth to tell, I did guess that from the context.....! But as I work in marketing, I do a lot of proofreading of copy, so I'm always having to be on the lookout for unintended meanings! ;-D
Jan 26 2014 at 2:22am Copy Link
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Yasyf Mohamedali @Tony, thanks for the feedback! We'll be sure to change it for next time.
Yasyf Mohamedali - Jan 26 2014 at 2:30am Copy Link
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Philip Shook Two questions. Does the receiver have to have the same program to un-encrpyt the file? Will this work for people receiving a file that are using Windows?
Jan 26 2014 at 3:15am Copy Link
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Yasyf Mohamedali @Philip,

Yes, but we have a free compatible decrypter available on the website.

We have a Windows decrypting client that works but is not longer actively developed, as well as an online service that allows for decryption in any browser on any device (http://www.securesendapp.com/online.php).

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Yasyf Mohamedali - Jan 26 2014 at 3:17am Copy Link
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Philip Shook Thanks for the prompt response.
Jan 26 2014 at 5:17am Copy Link
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Brian Westerman I have two questions

1) will this also encrypt any attachments I have in my email
2) can this be used with any email client (i.e Eudora, outlook, thunderbird, EM client, etc.)

Thanks,

Brian
Jan 27 2014 at 12:39am Copy Link
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Yasyf Mohamedali @Brian,

Yes, you can use SecureSend to encrypt arbitrary files.

Yes, you can export the encrypted information from SecureSend for use anywhere (chatroom, email, etc).

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Yasyf Mohamedali - Jan 27 2014 at 1:45am Copy Link
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Brian Westerman I guess I'm not making myself clear, or maybe it's that I don't understand how it works.

What I want to know is that if I send my email from my windows Eudora email client, will it automatically encrypt that email and any attachments I include with that email, or do I have to encrypt everything and then copy it into my email body to send it to someone?

I tried to look at how it works on your web site, but it wasn't clear. I can't use this mac version, but I am interested in the windows version.
Jan 27 2014 at 2:01am Copy Link
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Yasyf Mohamedali @Brian,

You would have to encrypt it first, then attach it; SecureSend is a standalone application.

Please be advised, the Windows version is no longer being actively developed. While it remains fully functional, it is recommended that Windows users use SecureSend Online for all their encryption needs.
Yasyf Mohamedali - Jan 27 2014 at 2:05am Copy Link
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HungryForDeals Sorry, but I think a better explanation is needed on how securesend works. You say "the windows client is no longer developed." Ok, does that mean you have to log into your web site to encrypt and decrypt with windows? How does this interaction work with webmail, Android, outlook, emclient, etc? How do you encrypt and how does the recipient decrypt. Thank you.
Jan 27 2014 at 10:51am Copy Link
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Yasyf Mohamedali @Ken,

There is a trial available for exactly that reason. Please feel free to download it and give it a try. If you read the previous comments, all your questions are answered.

The Windows client is no longer actively developed, but as stated earlier, is perfectly functional and compatible. However, the newer, recommended method of doing encryption from all non-Mac devices (Windows, Android, iOS) is to use our web app, SecureSend Online (http://www.securesendapp.com/online.php).

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Yasyf Mohamedali - Jan 27 2014 at 1:43pm Copy Link
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Chris I have a question. I purchased this the last time it was offered and just had to reinstall my OS. I looked at the Screenshots and it looks different now. Has it been updated?
Also, could I get a link to the latest download again as the one I received originally has expired.

I got the Windows 7 version and not the Mac version.

Thank you.....
Jan 27 2014 at 5:39pm Copy Link
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Yasyf Mohamedali @Chris,

Please send us an email through the contact form on the site with a receipt or license number and we'd be happy to help!

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Yasyf Mohamedali - Jan 27 2014 at 7:49pm Copy Link
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Please note that all comments for this promotion will be screened before posting. It's nothing personal, just a step we have to take because of a few bad apples last time around.

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