Confidential information sharing with one-time link
For security reasons, we do not share confidential information (such as access and password details) by email or other means. When we have to share this type of information with you, you will receive a one-time link to access this information.
- The private link that you received works only once, then disappears forever.
- Confidential information shared via this tool is not stored anywhere once viewed by the receiving party.
- Your message will be deleted after you click the link and view the information being shared.
The service is provided “as is” and “as available”. We do not guarantee its availability nor functionality.
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