Hideplex

Where People Send Secret Messages

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    If you want to send a private message to a friend or a group of maximum 10 people, you can use this option. Type each recipient in each provided box separately. All recipients will receive a same email containing instructions on how to reveal your message, a key to decrypt and they also see an encrypted message in their email but they can't read it. Hideplex will notify the recipients again when the due date/time is arrived. Recipients must use the key to open and read your secret message.
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    If you want to share a secret message with a group of public visitors on your blog, Facebook, Twitter or other social networks, you can simply use this option. Hideplex will encrypt your message and provide you a text with a link to reveal this message. You can copy and paste this text to your wall in facebook or add to your blog post. If visitors click on the posted link, they can read your message if the due time is arrived. If due time is not arrived, they can subscribe through email and Hideplex will remind them on time.
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What is Hideplex?

Hideplex helps you to send encrypted messages to your friends and family through email. Each time you send a message, your friend receives a message with a KEY (secret code), but he/she only can use the key to open the message once the Time for that message is arrived. It is like you talk today, but your friends will read it in future.


How to use Hideplex:

Simply fill up the form and click send. Don't forget to adjust Time Zone, Date and Time. If you are first time user, you need to verify your email before we send your message.


Tips for using Hideplex:
  • You want to tell somebody something today, but you can’t say it right now. Send it through hideplex, and set the reveal time for next week or month.
  • You want to predict a soccer game for next week. Send your predication today and set the reveal time for next week.
  • You need to share your secret information (like email passwords) with someone, so in case something bad happened to you, they can reveal your information.