Encrypt and Send
1,000 - 5,000 downloads
- Ease of use
- Receivers need to install it on their devices
+ By Nino Rush
Encrypt and Send is a really useful for protecting delicate info that needs to be send
Imagine that you need to send important info through e-mail, pushing messages apps, SMS or any other text-based sharing app. Although there are legal bindings, your data can be misused. There's a way to ensure you data is properly encrypted: doing it yourself.
Encrypt and Send allows you to encrypt/decrypt messages and protect it with a pin code. Just write your message, type your pin code and send it by e-mail, SMS, your favorite pushing messaging app, etc. Once done, tap "encrypt" and your message will turn into unreadable. Only those who paste it into the app textbox, introduce the correct pin code and tap on "decrypt" will be able to read it.
Probably you won't use Encrypt and Send everyday, all the time. However, you'll love having it installed in your device when sending relevant data to someone. Security matters.
Encrypt and Send Encryption (AES256 uncheck)
You have to enter the message and the numeric key, then go on "Encrypt" to encrypt the text. Send it going on "Send" and select the desired client. The recipient to read the message will have to insert it into application, insert the key (known by both the sender and the recipient), and go on "Decrypt".
AES256 Encryption (AES256 check)
You have to enter the message and the numeric key, then go on "Encrypt" to encrypt the text. The output of encryption will be the encrypted message and the AES IV (Initial Vector). Send it going on "Send" and select the desired client. In the sent message, the AES IV will be present as subject. The recipient to read the message will have to insert it into application, insert both the key and the AES IV, activate AES256 checkmark and go on "Decrypt".
AES256 encryption added. Now you can encrypt a message with this algorithm by putting a check mark on AES256.
Paste Decrypt button to decrypt faster.
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Emmanuel Lund.
The other side can't DEcrypt it...
Maybe I'm dense but after installing it on my Samsung note 2 I can encrypt a message within the app and then send it via my Yahoo mail account but once received (I sent it to myself) I can;t decrpyt it within the mail client. I assume I need to copy and paste it back into the app for decryption which is hard on a smart phone and impossible if sent to a computer. I am probably missing something he
Is. A. excellentapp.
Amazing. Doesn't need loads of permissions - just contacts. An absolute joy to use. It's possibly one of the simplest and best addition to the play store I've seen in months.
Thanks for such a refreshing app that works great!