How to Make Your Messages Self-Destruct Encrypted

This article is intended to help people understand how to make their messages self-destruct encrypted. This will destroy the message as soon as the encryption key is released, meaning that it will never be recovered without a successful decryption attempt. Encrypting a привнот message with this method ensures that it cannot be obtained by anyone looking for it.

Encryption is a process of converting information into a form that is not understandable without the use of an encryption key. Encryption can protect your messages from being read by third parties, including criminals, and can keep your personal information secure. This article will explain how to encrypt a message and how to send it using MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions). A MIME message looks just like an email but contains one or more attachments instead of a message body.

How to Encrypt a Message

In order to encrypt a message, you must have an encryption key. An encryption key is any string of text that is used to encrypt the message. You can think of the encryption process as turning information into a form that cannot be understood without using (decrypting) the key. The encryption key consists of a series of characters that are used to encrypt the message.


The message subject

In an email message, the subject line is often a clue to the content of the message itself. The same holds true with messages that are encrypted. The first line of your encrypted message should always be your password or passphrase. All other lines in the body should be indented from this line by at least one character and should contain no spaces, tabs, or non-alphanumeric characters. You should also use a different password or passphrase for each message that you send.

How to Send a Secure Message

When you are sending an encrypted message, it looks just like an email to the recipient. The person receiving the message will see your encrypted subject, but will not be able to read any of your body text. They will only see that there is an attachment with a subject prefix (sometimes called the “chosen address”) which indicates what the attachment contains. The email address that you send the message to will be encrypted in the message body. At the bottom of your message, you should include your encrypted message address and a brief description of the attachment. You can also include a short text note which includes some significant details about the attachment. Anybody who can read this information will be able to recover the original email address that you sent the encrypted message to.

If you send an actual email message, do not attach a file without explicitly indicating that it is an attachment by prefixing your encrypted message with “Att:” in front of the address of where it should be sent.