SecureSend Decrypter

SecureSend Decrypter 2.2

SecureSend: a secure method of sending confidential information over the Internet.
2.2 (See all)

SecureSend: a secure method of sending confidential information over the Internet.
This is the decrypter version, which fully supports decryption from any version of SecureSend. Search the App Store for "SecureSend" to buy the SecureSend app, which includes encrypting functionality as well.
With SecureSend, you don't have to worry about sending credit cards, passports, social security numbers, or any other forms of confidential data over the Internet. The encrypted text produced can be shared publicly for all the world to see (if you so choose), and no one will gain anything useful without the password that you and only you know.
SecureSend securely and irreversibly encrypts your information with many complex algorithms, all tied to a password of your choosing. All data is encrypted with AES encryption, which has been adopted by the U.S. government and is now used worldwide. The U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology recommends it for even military-grade confidential information, but in case you don't trust that, your information is further encrypted with several of our own proprietary algorithms and methods.
There is a bunch of fancy tech-talk we could stick in here about the impossibly low chance of collision, random salting to prevent the use of rainbow tables, and several additional layers of obfuscation to compliment the multiple encryption passes, but the end result is we secure your data so you can email or instant message it with ease, and no one will be able to intercept or "hack" it, ever. In fact, we dare someone to try.
Here's a sample: SoHn72oEqdoqL64kRVFJ2JwSmDYA1OSMNJw7wNjheGUWf0ifX1UdIxo99mGhTYkY

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