Encrify provides users an innovative and extremely easy-to-use solution that secures their communications from end to end. The solution includes an on-premise server and clients on smartphones or simply a modern browser.
We believe privacy is important to us all. Our communications with our colleagues at work, or with family and close friends, should be protected and only accessible to the people directly involved. Most popular instant messaging or social media apps store your communication data and your contacts on their servers in the cloud -- yes, they have a copy* of every piece of messages you sent and received. We want to help protect our privacy! Therefore, we offer you an innovative and extremely easy-to-use option to put everything under your control: all your data (including contacts) is on your on-premise server (that is, at your office or home), and all your communications are end-to-end encrypted so they are secure!
* In fact, more than one copy of your data are stored in their infrastructure, for all kinds of purposes.
Usually the file Encrifyme-x.y.msi is under your Downloads folder, if you didn't change the relevant settings of your browser. Sometimes it's in another folder, if you have changed your download setting of the specific browser (such as Chrome, Firefox or IE/Edge) that you used to download Encrifyme. Please check your browser settings to find the exact folder that stores your downloads.
About 1 to 2 minutes on a PC or Mac.
On Windows 10, click on "Search Windows", then type "encrify", and Encrifyme will show up in the search result list. Double-click on it and it will launch.
Please add users and groups, and set a temporary password for each user on the server; then ask your users to download and install clients for their smartphones, or simply use a browser; and, start secure communication!
No! Your communications are end-to-end encrypted between your smartphone (or browser) and your on-premise server, using the same standard security technology (i.e., TLS) being used by online banking today. We believe user data belong to user, and we do NOT peek or store any single bit of it.
To help users preserve their privacy is our uttermost goal and highest priority. We store only the following: 1) the server name you chose, 2) the email address you input, and 3) a hashed version of your password (so we don't know your password).
In other words, Encrify.com has no way to know and to access the data about your users and groups. You (the administrator of the on-premise server) manage all your users and groups.
We keep your email address to send you important notifications on critical upgrades. No third-party marketing email will be sent to you.
The users and groups are stored locally on the on-premise server ONLY. We believe user data belong to user, and we do NOT peek or store any single bit of it.
The messages and files (including pictures, audio clips, etc.) are stored locally on the on-premise server and on the involved users' smartphones. We believe user data belong to user, and we do NOT peek or store any single bit of it.
All your messages/files/users/groups are stored in the encrifyme directory under your home directory on your machine.
Your server's TLS certificate and private key are stored in encrifyme directory under your home directory on your machine. Please keep the private key secure, Encrify.com has no way to access your private key!
Yes. The voice/video call is end to end encrypted between the two parties, i.e., between the browser and browser, or between the browser and the mobile app, or between mobile apps. The voice/video call is based on webrtc.
Yes. User can generate an instant chat link on mobile app/browser, sends this link to his/her friend on other chat app, and then starts communications powered by Encrify. All the communications are end-to-end secured over your server.