Secure file transfer solution

Looking for a solution to share files securely over the internet?

Give your employees and external communication partners a million times proven solution to transfer files securely - With Cryptshare.

How to exchange files in daily business life?

It is essential for enterprises to be able to send and receive sensitive information and large amounts of data ad hoc, quickly and securely. Demands to exchange data - whether secret documents or big files - will increase in the future. Companies must have access to secure and easy-to-use solutions that are easily available to all.

The fact is that software solutions with which large files can be secured and sent that handle emails and offer an audit trail at the same time, are rare.

That's why we developed Cryptshare in the first place. A secure file transfer solution that lets you send files of any kind, of any size, securely, anytime, anywhere.

Numerous solutions to share files securely

Transfer files from any device or browser

Simply open the Cryptshare Web App:

  1. Verify your email address (only necessary once)
  2. Enter the recipients of the large files
  3. Adding files via drag & drop 
  4. Define transfer security (activate/deactivate)
  5. Start upload process. 

After a successful upload you will receive a dispatch confirmation in your email box and the recipient(s) will receive a transfer notification with the download link. 

Transfer files securely in Outlook

Transfer Files Securely with Outlook

With our Outlook add-in Cryptshare for Outlook you can transfer files directly in your Outlook. No matter if you want to send a single file or even want to transfer a whole folder, including files and subfolders. 

Just drag it to the Cryptshare sidebar, enter a recipient and transfer your files securely.

To increase the security level for your file transfer, you can define a password that your recipient needs to download your provided files. This password can be transmitted comfortably via SMS, also directly from your Outlook.

 

Transfer files securely in Notes

Transfer files securely with HCL Notes

With our Notes integration Cryptshare for Notes you can attach any files to your emails and transfer them securely.

Advantages of secure file transfer with Cryptshare

  • Encryption of email
  • No size limit for transfer of files
  • Documentation of all activity for compliance
  • No user accounts needed
  • No exchange of certificates needed

Transfer files securely now

Full functionality and support
- No server or hardware installation needed -
  • Encrypted email and large file transfer.

  • Try revolutionary QUICK Technology!

  • For all employees with an email address from your company.

  • Plus everyone they communicate with.

  • Test the Outlook Add-In and Notes integration for free.

  • Demo version hosted by us.

  • No server installation required.

  • Trial ends automatically

  • No credit card required

  • Send to up to 10 recipients per transfer

    Taking into account:

  • * Free Trial period ends automatically after 21 days


* Required to comply with EU export restrictions.

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