Share a Secret?
Ease your pain,
rest your fears
Ever shared a password via email, SMS, or USB stick? Did that make you feel a little dirty?
Email is insecure
Unencrypted clear-text, but at least your IT department will be able to read it.
SMS is forever
Don't worry, your cell provider will take care of that.
Thumb drives are clunky
Do you enjoy the USB drive shuffle? Neither do I.
Granular, robust duration
Set secrets to expire down to the minute.
Fire & forget
Secrets will always get destroyed. Even if the server goes down.
Files are welcome
Files are people, um, data. So share away!
Share between your phone and desktop.
Share all the secrets
Passwords or SSH Keys
Share passwords or SSH keys with your users, no email or USB stick required.
Need to audit some server logs? 1Secret them to your colleagues.
Protect queries & stored procedures like the blueprints to your back-end that they are.
Fire off a one-time code snippet to a collaborator.
Treat them like passwords. You don't want them in someone's inbox.
Writing a book? Share some pages with your publisher.