PWShare.com is a project designed and created by Jan-Jorre Laurens when it became clear that there was a need to be able to send passwords in a secure manner.
Its design emphasises security over speed and makes the assumption that, some day, some how, hackers will get in.
The idea as such is that the information available in the application is of no use to hackers.
PWShare uses a public/private key encryption specification known as RSA.
When the client wants to send a password, a public key is requested from the server.
The client then encrypts the password before sending the password to the server.
Because of this, the server doesnt know or store the decrypted password.
Only using the link, which contains the Private key identifier and password, can the password be decrypted.
Only the senders name and the password are stored. Your e-mail address is only used to send the e-mail once and will never be stored.
The name and password are deleted as soon as the password has been retrieved.
You can contact us by sending us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org