In security everything is related to passwords and keys. Once two parties agree on a password they can initiate a secure communication and send encrypted emails or documents. The only problem is to communicate to the recipient the correct key, without the danger that a hacker might intercept the password during the transfer. This feature allows you to exchange a password between two computers using an encrypted Internet line. The computers are identified over the Internet by IPs. At least one of the computers must have a global IP.
Securely send and exchange passwords in the most secure way, allowing you to prevent unwanted people from intercepting and reading your private files. When you send passwords on the Internet, east-tec InvisibleSecrets may help you by easily creating a secure encrypted Internet line (also called encrypted connection) between both computers (the sender's computer and the receipt's computer), avoiding the risk your password being intercepted during the transfer. Because all other mediums that people use to transfer passwords (like SMS, telephone or email) are not secure we have developed IP-to-IP Password Transfer so that you may enjoy maximum security and keep your data protected from prying eyes.Back to east-tec InvisibleSecrets Features