February 8

How to Send Secret Information


We have all heard of the hacking into corporate data bases, and the attendant theft of private information.

We are told to be careful when sending private information online, especially passwords and credit card and bank data.

So, if you need to send someone some information that you would prefer not be shared with anyone else, what do you do? Email is definitely not secure, nor is Facebook messaging and the like.

We found a site that has actually been around since 2012 which allows you to send information on a one-time basis. The data is destroyed once you or the recipient accesses it one time.

The site is www.onetimesecret.com. It is free to use.

We created a short video that introduces it and shows you what it does.

Click here to watch the video:

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