When a visitor clicks send on the form, their name, email, phone number and message are scrambled before they leave the web browser, and the information is only decrypted upon arrival at the website owner's computer.
Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) January 27, 2015
EveryBit Inc, developers of the popular encrypted messaging and file sharing web app I.CX, today announced the release of an encrypted contact form that other websites can use to let visitors communicate with them in a secure way. The form is freely available from their website.
Unlike standard web contact forms, the secure version provided by I.CX offers the same end-to-end encryption as their messaging service. The form features 256 bit AES encryption protecting all of the information entered into it. When a visitor clicks send on the form, their name, email, phone number and message are scrambled before they leave the web browser, and the information is only decrypted upon arrival at the website owner's computer.
I.CX's secure contact form is very easy to add to existing websites. Business owners can include it with a single line of code and immediately be up and running with an encrypted form. Beyond the basic free form, companies can have a custom encrypted contact form designed specifically to meet their needs. For example, they might need an elaborate form with a dozen fields to capture their clients' travel details, or may wish to have the colour, font and styling adjusted.
I.CX is currently in the process of making the form available as a WordPress plugin. Within the next few weeks the secure contact form will be available to the millions of blogs and other websites running on the WordPress platform.
To begin using the encrypted contact form, visit I.CX.