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Q: What encryption algorithm is used for encryption? A: The Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) is a U.


Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS).

It was selected after a 5-year process where 15 competing designs were evaluated.

It supports AES-128, AES-192, and AES-256. It will pick the variant by the size of the key you pass in.

Q: Is it safe? A: No effective cryptanalysis of AES cipher is known to date, it's officially recommended by many security agencies (including NSA).

It's more than enough, it could take billions of years for a Brute Force attack to find a password to decrypt original message.

Q: Do you store the strings or passwords? A: No, we don't.

Since the encryption happens on client-side, it's safe, it does not send any data to our servers.

Important note: We do NOT store a copy of the text or secret word.

Also vSecure is using client-side encryption (Browser encryption).

You even can disconnect from the internet after opening the extension, and encrypt being completely offline.

So you'll be sure that we don't have a copy of your data or secret word.

Icon credits: vSecure icon by Yankoa: yankoa.


com Under CC license: creativecommons.


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