I.CX Launches Encrypted Messaging and File Sharing Service

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I.CX allows users to send encrypted messages and files right from the web browser.

Everyday, individuals and corporations transmit information though email and other unsecured channels. Increasingly, confidential files, pictures, messages, and customer information are being stolen and distributed, often with devastating consequences.

EveryBit Inc., the company behind I.CX, has launched a solution that integrates end-to-end encryption with the usability of a web-based messaging service.

“I.CX excels in ease of use. There is no software to download or plug-ins to install, and sending your first encrypted message takes less than a minute,” said I.CX co-founder Aidan Gawronski. “With I.CX, information is protected from malicious third parties by encrypting files before they hit the network, so no vulnerable or sensitive information is ever sent over the internet or stored in the cloud. Only the sender and recipient can decode it.”

To back up their claims about security, the I.CX codebase has undergone an extensive audit by cryptographic experts, and the core library is being released under an open-source license. For additional privacy and security, I.CX does not require personal contact information, such as a user's real name or email address, to sign up.

For complete information or to start encrypting your files and messages today, visit https://i.cx.

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