Encrypt and send notes with a link that automatically destruct after being read. ZeroNote is a free web-based service that allows you to share a note with confidentiality.
ZeroNote is the free, fast, and secure way to share notes with end-to-end encryption and a link that expires automatically. And also it's a free cloud-based service that is functioning via an encrypted SSL tunnel. ZeroNote doesn't require you to create an account before start using the service and no password or email required. This free service enables you to send a self-destructing message to someone. This means once they view the message, they will no longer be able to access it again after the view count has reached zero. This ensures your message is read by no one but the reader and all evidence of the message is erased. Messages are also anonymous unless you add any identifiable information to your message. If you share your passwords or private, sensitive data via email or chat, copies of that data are stored in a number of locations. If you use ZeroNote instead, the data stays for a single viewing, which ensures that someone else can't read it later. It allows you to send sensitive information in a secure manner, ensuring that only one person can see it.
Write the message in the above text area to create a private and encrypted message. The system will return a sharable link to you.
Share the link to whom you want to read the message. Simply send an email or instant message with the link.
The message will self-destruct after it has been viewed by the receiver. There is no way to get it back, even to the very same person.