This is a place where you can leave a digital message to be delivered to someone when you
can't do it in person anymore, for any reason.
Have you even seen a movie where the bad guys catch the hero and threaten him to give up the
secret he/she has stolen? And the hero replies that he/she had stored the secret somewhere on a server and
it will be posted all over the Internet if the bad guys kill the hero?
This is the place, this is the secret server.
How does it work?
You can leave your messages to be sent in four easy steps:
You account gives you a special URL address called
Set it as the home page of your phone or desktop browser.
As long as you visit your trigger link regularly, the messages won't be sent.
This is the four steps you have to do. The fifth step is done automatically.
The messages will be sent after you stop visiting your trigger link, and the extra time
margin specified in your account settings passes.
Basic account is free and allows you to send one e-mail message and one Tweet.
We don't care about your name or where you are from. You can pay using Bitcoin. You
don't have to give up your email address.
We don't use any tracking technology on the page ale the only cookies we use are session and
form protection cookies that are not bound to your personal data. We do not collect any personal data about
you. And we don't share with anyone.
Note for TOR users: we tried to avoid that as much as possible, but you need to enable
The Grugq, hacker veteran and OPSEC expert,
Feb. 20, 2020
Twitter integration works! If you enable Twitter login, you can add a Tweet that will be posted when your messages are sent.
Feb. 14, 2020
We rolled out the first major update, hell yeah! Here's what's new:
Twitter social login finally works! It was the most annoying bug so far. And it opens the door for introducing Facebook and Reddit integration.
All service levels are enabled. Which means that if you upgrade your account to the highest level, you can write a letter which will be printed out and mailed as a registered mail to the intended recipient when the messages from your account are sent. It is costly but establishing that process is our second major business expense.
E-mail testing is enabled. E-mail is tricky and to test it, you can send your e-mail messages to yourself to check if they would go to the spam folder. We deployed all the required measures to ensure that our e-mails won't be marked as spam, but some spam filters can be triggered by the contents alone.
Since there was some confusion, we deployed a help page to guide you.
We're working on translations, German is in the pipeline already. We tried to arrange Chinese one through Naomi Wu, but she won't answer our email [:(]. If you want to help, email us.
Last but not least, we introduced this project news blog stuff to keep y'all informed.
We're a team of security professionals, programmers and web developers who like privacy.