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SecureSend securely and irreversibly encrypts your information into a garbled string of text, safeguarding it against hacking and interception with military-grade algorithms.

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What are people saying about SecureSend

CodeDog Couldn't find it anywhere on your website - does the receiver of the encrypted message need a copy of SecureSend to descrypt the message?
May 19 2013 at 12:58am Copy Link
Chris The discount isn't applied to the total in their shopping cart so the price is still $9.99 so I won't purchase it. The demo trial download here only seems to be able to decrypt what is encrypted so it is of no help in determining if I want to purchase or not.

As CodeDog said above, there is no Windows version listed on their site, only Mac.
May 19 2013 at 2:04am Copy Link
Merle One The "download trial" leads to the decrypter part only which looks for the main program, so I cannot really test it.
May 19 2013 at 3:00am Copy Link
VLM Same experience and questions as everyone else. I hope the vendor chooses to participate in this conversation! :)
May 19 2013 at 7:12am Copy Link
Danny "Support is provided for 1 month after your purchase"

What is that now? 1 month is nothing! Why not simply 1 year or longer?
May 19 2013 at 11:40am Copy Link
Yasyf Mohamedali Hey Everyone,

Yes, the free version is SecureSend Decrypter, which can only decrypt.

CodeDog: See above. Yes they need SecureSend Decrypter to read your message, but it is a free app.

Chris: The discount is definitely applied. Everyone else has had no problem. Please clear your cookies and try again!

Merle One: See above.

VLM and Danny: Limited support is provided indefinitely, don't worry!
Yasyf Mohamedali - May 19 2013 at 11:47am Copy Link
Yasyf Mohamedali Sorry I was having problems posting comments before; it turns out only an old version of FireFox will work for me!
Yasyf Mohamedali - May 19 2013 at 11:48am Copy Link
VLM Yasyf Mohamedali - I am not sure what "limited support" means. Could you clarify, please?

To summarize: SecureSend consists of two components, the encrypter, on sale here today, and the decrypter, which, as you have said, is free. Both components work on Mac and Windows but not Linux or other OSs, so that email sent from either a Mac or Windows system can also be read on either.

May 19 2013 at 12:24pm Copy Link
John Charles Herzberg I just purchased the app but I only received “SecureSend.jar” how do you install this application and where is the documentation?
May 19 2013 at 12:25pm Copy Link
CodeDog Great, thanks for the response, Yasyf.

So, just to make sure I'm clear, I can buy the Windows version of SecureSend here, then download for free the decryptor for both Windows and Mac? And I can pass out the decryptor modules to people I'd send messages to?

May 19 2013 at 1:02pm Copy Link
VLM So ... what is the relationship between SecureSend and an email client such as MS Outlook or The Bat? I have nearly 70,000 emails archived in Outlook, I'm not about to abandon it easily. Can SecureSend be used in conjunction WITH an email client, or only by itself? Or is it your intent that we only use SecureSend on those occasions when we need or wish to send something privately, and continue using our existing mail setup the rest of the time? Or ... ?
May 19 2013 at 1:10pm Copy Link
Roger Kothawala THe problem with this thing is yu can only send encrypted text messages with it unless you sign up ofr an onlin account with SecureSend and from what I read, you get 20 encrypted somethings for $10. This is workhless, when I saw entryped email, i did not realize it ment enrypted text. there are no options in this $5.99 version to send anything but some stupid text.

Then on top of it the reciepents email is cryptic itself landing them to a purchase page. Instead it should bootstrap some decrypter right with the em-mail instead of of landing to a purchase page.

It should at least be specific about the trial version and land to a page that explains it. only being allowed to Send encrypted text is a bunch of you know what and it's not even worth $5.99 ;

once you download the jar file, you right click and "Open with" - Java Platform Se Binary and hope you have the right one.
May 19 2013 at 1:26pm Copy Link
VLM Roger Kothawala - Are you saying that a user must have JRE installed to use this software? That would be a deal-killer for us here.
May 19 2013 at 3:40pm Copy Link
CodeDog @Roger,

I think what you saw on the website was the online encryption option they have available, separate from this program.

But yes, the website states this is for text encryption only. Email messages, etc. Seems well worth it for the price, because I'm always having to send someone a password or other information I'd like to have encrypted.

If you wanted to send encrypted files, most any ZIP type program offers password protection...
May 19 2013 at 5:43pm Copy Link
Roger Kothawala I had Java runtime 6 Update 26 or something like that and it did not work with some error about "Could not find the main class". I installed the latest runtime version 7 Update 21 and it did work. However as I started testing it, I realized that it had no interface with any e-mail Client and I too use Outlook and not going to switch. I mean really! Sending Encrypted text outside of my Outlook isn't what I had in mind. I am not going to use this product. When I first saw this on BitDuJour I thought this is too good to be true and it turned out thats exactly what it is. Also, this is a pure Java implementation which is not a big deal although I would prefer a pure native windows application.
May 20 2013 at 1:28am Copy Link
VLM So this does require JRE, it seems. Thanks!
May 20 2013 at 8:56am Copy Link
Yasyf Mohamedali CodeDog: Yes, the Decrypter is free and cross-platform, though you may not distribute it yourself (feel free to pass on the link to the site, where they can download it:

VLM: You would continue to use your existing email client, pasting in messages from SecureSend when needed. SecureSend is an independent text encryption utility, not a mail client. It compliments, not replaces, things like Outlook. Yes, Java must be installed to use SecureSend. No, we do not offer a trial other than SecureSend Decrypter.

Roger: You are totally wrong here, as I explained to you in my email. Purchasing SecureSend (the app) gives you unlimited use, which can be decrypted for free by anyone, using the SecureSend Decrypter. SecureSend Online is a completely seperate, credit-based service that provides text-encryption in the browser, without an app. You have convinced yourself that the app is a mail client, though I have told you repeatedly it is not. SecureSend simply encrypts text, with some built-in options to email the result to your recipient.
Yasyf Mohamedali - May 20 2013 at 9:09pm Copy Link

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