Self Destructing Message Service

 - Apr 13, 2007
References: stealthmessage
The following Stealth Message website is a secure messaging system designed for communicating sensitive and confidential information. It protects your privacy, allowing you to communicate in complete confidence with friends and colleagues.

Stealth Message does all of the following:

encrypts your private messages
stores encrypted messsages anonymously
allows you to set security options including self-destruct
automatically sends a message notification to recipients
prevents forwarding of messages
helps to prevent unwanted copying of messages
sends message notifications to your existing e-mail accounts
Stealth Message requires only that you and the receiver have access to e-mail and a browser.

All you need to do is make sure that you have agreed on a shared code to access messages sent through this system. Contact your friend or colleague prior to sending the message and agree on a secret code that only the two of you will share. You may always change it later. It is recommended you do this by telephone, in person, or through an alias e-mail address. The system does not issue you a new email address and allows you to use your existing e-mail accounts to receive messages.

The system works in a 3-step process.

1. You create your message, encrypt and store it.

2. Recipients are notified by e-mail that there is a confidential message for them stored on our servers.

3. Recipients click a link back to the Stealth Message site, enter a private code, and access the message.

Messages are untraceable, and there are multiple back-up security systems in place to ensure that the content of your messages can not be accessed except by legitimate recipients. Special options help prevent recipients from accidentally making copies, forwarding your messages, or allowing them to be seen by prying eyes.

Note: the technology is optimized for IE and Netscape browsers. Some Opera browsers experience a Javascript handling error that corrupts the encryption code. Some Mac operating systems may also experience problems.

Stealth Message...because you never know who's watching.