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Send Confidential Email, that self destructs after one Read.

In internet on February 8, 2012 at 07:37

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Many of us wish that some emails that we send  are to remain confidential and that these emails should not fall into others’ hands other than those for whom they are intended for.

With hacking attaining the status of a subject-there are sites that teach you how to hack, http://www.hackersnews.com, it will be useful if we can get hold of a mechanism where the  emails are relatively safe.

One such service is offered by privnote.com.

You write a note in the site whose url id provided here below.

Prepare the note ,you get a Link ,then copy the note and send your email or instant message.

Only the person to whom you have addressed the message can read it once and the message shall get destroyed after that.

Have you ever wanted to send confidential information within your work environment, to family or friends, but were afraid to do so over the internet, because some malicious hacker could be spying on you?

Privnote is a free web based service that allows you to send top secret notes over the internet. It’s fast, easy, and requires no password or user registration at all.

Just write your note, and you’ll get a link. Then you copy and paste that link into an email (or instant message) that you send to the person who you want to read the note. When that person clicks the link for the first time, they will see the note in their browser and the note will automatically self-destruct; which means no one (even that very same person) can read the note again. The link won’t work anymore.

You can optionally choose to be notified when your note is read by leaving your email and a reference for the note.

https://privnote.com/about/

Should be useful for Valentine’s Day!

Similar sites that offer the service are:

http://www.similarsites.com/goto/destructingmessage.com?pos=1&s=10

http://www.similarsites.com/goto/kicknotes.com?pos=2&s=10

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