Protect your files/emails from hackers

Where do you keep your bank account/credit card details? Store them in your emails/PC? Do you send important documents thru’ emails?

If your answer is ‘Yes’, you are a hacker’s delight!

I strongly suggest you to try out KeepYouSafe– an online safety deposit box.

“KeepYouSafe.Com offers digital safe deposit boxes that people use to safely store vital personal information such as insurance policies, financial and medical records and the like. An Online Safe Deposit Box is completely secure, totally private and accessible from anywhere at any time. All you need is an internet connection and a web browser.”

KeepYouSafe uses a strong encryption technology [highest available 256-bit AES, the ones used by millitary] to secure your emails/data.

Is it free?
I guess the founders have not yet figured out fully. So the idea is that if you sign up now [free, as of this date] and keep using the service, it’s free for you.

What’s the max size allowed?
10 MB for sending files.

Know more about Secure File Send. Sign up.

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