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Privnote – the site that burns after reading

Privnote

When you’re a spy, you send notes that have to be destroyed after reading. Most of us are not spies but that doesn’t mean we don’t have communications that we wouldn’t like to see destroyed so they don’t fall into the wrong hands. Privnote is a site that lets you share things electronically without worrying they’ll be passed on.

Sure you can tell your buddy to delate that email after reading it but there’s no guarantee that they will. They might read it, get distracted and forget all about it. Then it’s there with its sensitive information forever and ever. No thank you.

Privnote is a simple website. There’s a large text box in the center. Write your note. When you’re done, you get a link that you can email to whoever needs the information. Once the link has been read, it will be deleted. Or destroyed as the site dramatically says. You can also be notified as to when the note has been read so they can’t come back and say you didn’t send it. Privnote is free.

Donyae’s love for technology is based on a need to survive our future robotic overlords. Know thy enemy as you know yourself. But since even odds are on the zombie future, she has also learned how to prepare squirrel. You can find her on Facebook until the robots – or zombies – rise up.

Donyae Coles – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


  • antoinepgrew

    WHO owns it?

  • Jessie

    If you are looking for an alternative one-time notes software/web app, take a look the “One-Time Secret Notes”. It is a free tool developed by “Intuitive Password” (an Online Password Manager company) that is used for sharing sensitive information securely and temporarily. The tool is 100% free of charge, its secure and easy to use.

    All your sensitive information stored with One-Time Secret Notes persists for a single viewing, which means it can’t be read by someone else later. One-Time Secret Notes will delete your message immediately after it has been read.

    To find this tool, just googling “Intuitive Password”, then go to their home page and click on “Free Tools” on the top menu, then select “One-Time Secret Notes”.

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