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Encipher It

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Protect a text messages, a web mail, or a files by the symmetric AES encryption with the password.

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Description from store Share your secret emails with your colleagues, clients or friends securely online. 1. Enter any text in any text field (Gmail, webform, etc) 2. Press the "Encipher it" button 3. Enter the password to encrypt the message 4. Let your browser encrypt your message with strong AES encryption (it doesn't send us your original text or your password) 5. Share the password via anything other than email 6. Email the encrypted text or a short Encipher It link 7. Your friend/colleague/client clicks the link to decrypt at encipher.it or has to download the extension 8. He or she uses the browser to decrypt your message with your password and doesn't send your message or password to us. 9. You have successfully shared your secret with the person you trust. Encipher.it is available as online service, bookmarklet, google chrome plugin or as downloadable application with more advanced features like encryption of a files, symmetric encryption with the PGP (GnuPG kernel), the cloud storage for an encrypted files, and other. To safely share encrypted files, please download the desktop version at http://encipher.it/plans

Latest reviews

  • (2020-07-08) Cyusa Alain Tresor: Work nicely But you can make button on every form-input instead of clicking on browser extension
  • (2018-09-30) Robert Amerson: This has worked quite well in helping me secure communications with most of my less tech savvy family and friends. That alone is praise worthy. The methods to use this tool has, & continues to evolve. But other than having to download software for sending and receiving (once) the methodology for both ends of the messaging has actually been simplified over the course of the last several years. Again, Good Work!
  • (2015-01-24) Aaron Horler: Works well. Personally I think it should display an encrypt/decrypt button in Gmail - rather than depend on the extension button in Chrome. I'd also like the ability to remember passwords for specific senders/recipients.
  • (2014-12-17) Augustine Dunn: So far so good. Some other reviewers have said things like "Easier than PGP/GPG but just as secure!" THIS IS NOT TRUE. This is nowhere near as secure as a properly set up PGP-style system. Not even a little. But for simple, small, not life-endingly important stuff, its probly better than nothing. And it allows you to send to people who will never be able to manage a full symmetric security systems like PGP and GPG.
  • (2014-10-30) P: Worked well for me. Big plus because the receipient does NOT need the extension to read it, just to follow the link to the encrypted text. Super easy clean and reliable thus far.
  • (2014-03-25) it does the job
  • (2013-08-24) John DN: Much easier to use than other PGP type encryption utilities, yet just as secure. The online option allows others (without the chrome extension) to easily decrypt messages (or encrypt them). It also offers to store the encrypted message and provide a secure link to it (prevents issues with encrypted blocks in email), that can also be time deleted, so ideal for first sending out the key to potential readers of the secure messages. I hope it becomes popular and remains in use for a long time.

Latest issues

  • (2015-11-02, v:2.1.0) Vladimir Bien-Aimé: Quicklink
    Is there a way to quickly copy the raw cipher text instead of the quicklink? I'd rather use an alternate channel to let the recipient know how to decrypt. Otherwise, this is awesome!
  • (2015-07-16, v:2.1.0) Januar Ciel: decrypt?
    have encrypted files i want to decrypt. how?
  • (2015-01-25, v:2.1.0) David Mackie: now does not work
    Installed okay but now clicking on the button doesn't work
  • (2013-11-01, v:2.1.0) T.M. Peace: Great system. Any way to earn a referral bonus?
    This is just what America needs. Is there a way for me to earn a referral bonus for suggesting Encipher.It to my friends and clients?
  • (2013-08-12, v:2.0.0) ADDED TO CHROME? WHERE DID IT GO?
    I click on Enciper It. It says added to Chrome. I check my list apps. It is NOT listed or shown. I don't know whose Chrome it went to, but it wasn't mine. What gives?
  • (2013-08-12, v:2.0.0) ADDED TO CHROME? WHERE DID IT GO?
    I click on Enciper It. It says added to Chrome. I check my list apps. It is NOT listed or shown. I don't know whose Chrome it went to, but it wasn't mine. What gives?


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4.4 (16 votes)
Last update / version
2014-03-27 / 2.1.0
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