Any data that moves between one trusted zone to another, could be intercepted. Information passing from network to end-user devices are at risk and should be encrypted.
You can share a Key that MixyBits generates. Make sure that when you share your Key, that you share in a responsible and secure manner. We suggest saving that 'shared Key' in a password manager.
When someone requests you use encryption, help...use it. Whether that person works for government, a corporation or a civic-minded friend that wishes to exercise their right to privacy...mix it up.
You have every right to use encryption to safeguard your privacy...from crackers to governments trying to spy on all of your communications, the choice is yours. Protect yourself.
Swipe Right. Yes, it's simple.
Easy as touching outside the text area or shake the device.
We suggest that you save your encypted text off device somewhere safe. To do that,
press and hold, 'Select All' then 'Copy'. That's it. Save on a secure drive or send
via secure messenger...however you wish to save it. Or you can Select All, press the
selected encrypted text and use the Share...option to put that information in Mail,
Press the 'Key' button...that's it. Copy your new Key and store it in a password manager.
Press the Skull button it will quickly destroy your current Key.
If you need 'help', press the '(i)' button at the top and it will give complete instructions.
Your information is yours, not ours, not anyone else's. There are no backdoors for anyone.
We do not have access to your Keys or device. That's none of our business. Period.
If you go to a coffee shop or at the airport, and you're using open wireless, I would use a VPN service that you could subscribe for 10 bucks a month. Everything is encrypted in an encryption tunnel, so a hacker cannot tamper with your connection. Kevin Mitnick
We should be careful not to vilify encryption itself, which is essential for privacy, data security, and global commerce. Mike McCaul
There are two types of encryption: one that will prevent your sister from reading your diary and one that will prevent your government. Bruce Schneier