Online encryption, using best encryption algorithms, works in browser

Free service to encrypt and decrypt your text message, using AES encryption (with PBKDF2, CBC block and random IV). Implemented in Javascript, works in your browser, use without sending your sensitive information to our servers.

AES 128

AES (Advanced Encryption Standard), a most popular encryption, approved by the US NSA for internal usage. See Tech Details

No Software Installation

Encrypting in web browser, using Javascript implementation. Doesn't require any installation. All data stays on your computer, nothing transferred to our servers

Most of our communication channels can be easily accessed by third-parties, not only government and your internet provider, but by your friends and family (if we're talking about social networks or your personal computer). By using you could encrypt sensitive information with secure AES cipher, so nobody will get access to it without knowing original password. is a service for securing text messages in an easy way. It could encrypt your message using strong encryption algorithms, so it will be more secure to send or store, than in plain text. Anyone who will get access to the encrypted message, will be unable to read original message without knowing your password.

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Text to encrypt (or encrypted code to decrypt):

Password confirmation is used for Encryption only, skip if you Decrypt a message.
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If you have encrypted message from before February 2014, you could also decrypt it with previous version of Infoencrypt:


What encryption algorithm is used for encryption?

AES 128, with a random Initialization Vector and PBKDF2 for key. Result is encoded in Base64. See details

Is it safe?

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.

What 'Browser encryption' means?

If you have a modern browser all encryption/description will be done in browser, on your computer. No data going to be sent to the server. Of course Javascript shouldn't be disabled.

Do you store a copy of my message or password?

No, we don't. Also, as you're using client-side encryption (Browser encryption), it's safe, it doesn't send any data to our servers. You even can disconnect from the internet after opening this page, and encrypt being completely offline. So you'll be sure that we don't have a copy of your data or password.

I forgot my password. Can you restore message for me?

No, we can't.

I really need it. I'll pay for restoring lost password

Sorry, we really cannot help with it. We don't have your password or your data. We're unable to decrypt it if you lost your password. Sorry