Sometimes want to quickly share a Password with your friend?
RSA Message Sharing Tool is right for you!
I works entirely in the browser, doesn't save any information anywhere and uses throw-away keys.
Technologies & Idea
We use 1password a lot in our office. We love it. But sometimes you just want to send someone a password via Skype/Slack/... But you don't want to send it in plaintext, right? And you don't want to install anything, etc?
If you want to encode a message, you'd need a key. So,
- the receiver has to send a public key to the sender. The public/private key is generated directly in the browser, nothing is stored.
- The public key is sent over to the sender
a. who encrypts the message and
b. sends the encrypted message over to the receiver.
- The receiver has the private key to decrypt the message.
Its transparent, open source and a wizard guides you through the process.