The problem is: even if someone audited all the code, there is nothing from keeping us (or a hacker) to change the site after the audit. There is no guarantee that the encryption code is ok, unless you (and your recipient) check it every time. As already said, this is so impractical as to be impossible.
This site was built out of necessity. Too many people we deal with sent us passwords and other credentials unencrypted. We wanted an easy way to secure the transmission. We have no interest in knowing your message: if government comes knocking on our door, we can give them the database with all information, without anyone (neither us nor the government) being able to decrypt the stored messages. Furthermore, we delete all messages after they have been viewed for the first time. So actually, the encryption protects us as well as you. As we don't know anything about you or your message, we cannot be liable for anything. This is our motivation for not reading your message: we want to stay out of trouble.
If you find our motivation lacking, then do the only sensible thing: get yourself a real cryptographic program, like e.g. GPG or Enigmail or S/MIME email certificates. Then you don't need to trust anyone. If this FAQ encourages you to encrypt your email, we are very happy. Good for you! Good for everyone! Start encrypting your emails.
Yes. Although we made this site as secure as possible, you really should start encrypting your emails. Until then, e.g. because you have partners who can't be bothered to switch to encrypted emails, you can use this site. Just do us a favour and don't use it to transfer launch codes for nuclear missiles ;-)
We don't. This is a non-profit project.
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