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Encrypted Html



Export Html Encrypted was design to allow for simple & secure exports of data entry type sessions. It allows for an .html export of the session information while using symmetric encryption (AES-256) to encrypt sensitive information such as passwords. The file is an ultra portable self contained html file that requires no external script files or installs. As long as you have a web browser with JavaScript enabled you can get to your encrypted data.




With a secure encrypted document you can freely send the information via email or any other protocol without compromising the sensitive data. Use the export as means of sharing or as a backup for sensitive information.


How To


Select the sessions to export or export all data entries. Right-click Import/Export - Export Entry - Export Entry (.html) or use File - Export - Export All Entries (.html). You will be prompted for a password for the symmetric encryption of sensitive information. Select the file name for the new document. Once the export complete the file will open in your default browser.



Make sure you don't forget the password as you will not be able to decrypt the data without it.



Password for symmetric encryption

Password for symmetric encryption



When exporting multiple entries they will all be contained within the same file. At decrypt time, each encrypted value must be decrypted individually for security reasons. Once you're done with the sensitive data simply hit F5 to refresh the file or simply close it. Your data is now safe from prying eyes.




We use AES-256 to encrypt/decrypt your sensitive data. Since the decryption is done entirely in the browser, there’s no need for external tools, downloads or installs.


Encrypted value

Encrypted value


Safe & Smart Virtual Backup


In addition, HTML Export using symmetric encryption is a great way to securely – and virtually – backup your passwords and other sensitive information. It allows you to share information via email, or simply send the file to your personal email account as a backup.