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We can't read your secrets, not even filenames. When you send a secret, it's encrypted to the other person's public key and sent via our server. This end-to-end encryption is based on the OpenPGP standard.
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Built in Go, a modern, safe language.
Secured by OpenPGP, a battle tested standard.
With Fluidkeys Recipes your team can do even more with PGP. It's simpler to encrypt email, sign git commits, encrypt code and store team passwords.
Fluidkeys automatically stores your team's keys in GnuPG, anything that uses this works more smoothly with Fluidkeys.
We often need to share passwords, tokens and certificates around the team. We know we shouldn't, but sometimes these end up on Slack or email.
Who knows where our sensitive data ends up, waiting for the next breach?
With end-to-end encryption we can be confident that even in a data breach, our secrets will be safe.
Fluidkeys makes it simple to start sending end-to-end encrypted secrets in your organisation.
You can now create a best practice PGP key from the command line. Fluidkeys backs it up and pushes it into GnuPG so you can start using it right away.
You’ll be able to send private keys, certificates, and other sensitive text files from the terminal.
Add and remove team members and their keys will be automatically synchronised across the whole team.
Set up a team even more easily and benefit from more reliable background tasks.
Be certain the secret you're receiving came from someone on your team
You can send files of any size to team mates from the command line. Fluidkeys will handle the encryption, delivery and verify that the file arrived ok.
You can use the convenience of Slack with the added protection of end to end encryption. You’ll no longer have to worry about Slack’s security.
Send secrets to less technical members of your team