QRClip encrypts your data using a private key created on your device. This key is never shared with us, so only you and the people you want can decrypt the data. To further increase security, you can set a time and download limit.
Share files and text with any device near you using QR codes without having to send an email or message. You can also share data using standard links that you can send as desired.
QRClip is a secure data transfer service that works on cell phones, computers and tablets. You can access it through a browser or terminal, so it is available anytime, anywhere.
You can delete your QRClip whenever you want. You can also decide if others can delete them as well.
Share your data anonymously with people near you using QR codes. No emails or messages required.
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QRClip employs the XChaCha20-Poly1305 algorithm to encrypt and decrypt your data, utilizing a unique private key generated on your device. The key is stored solely within the QR code and link, making it inaccessible to us. As a result, we cannot decrypt your data. While previous versions used AES256, the XChaCha20-Poly1305 algorithm offers faster performance while maintaining the same level of security as AES256.
XChaCha20-Poly1305 is an exceptionally secure encryption algorithm, safeguarding both the confidentiality and integrity of your data. As a variant of the ChaCha20 family, it is renowned for its speed, security, and resistance to attacks. The Poly1305 authenticator further contributes to its fast and secure performance. Widely adopted by major industry players, XChaCha20-Poly1305 is considered among the most secure encryption algorithms currently available, with decryption being virtually impossible using today's computing power.
Yes, QRClip enables you to effortlessly share files and text with any device equipped with a modern browser, such as Chrome, or running the QRClip command line interface written in Golang. Our platform is compatible with a wide array of devices, including phones, computers, and tablets. Bidirectional QR codes facilitate data transfer between devices, allowing you to send and receive data regardless of which device possesses a camera. With the available Android and iOS apps, sharing files and text is even more convenient, accessible anytime and anywhere.
Yes, QRClip provides both online and offline tools for encrypting and decrypting data utilizing the XChaCha20-Poly1305 algorithm. While online tools require an internet connection, offline tools can operate without one. However, when using the offline tools, you are responsible for managing your files and keys.
QRClip does not store users' personal data, and your email is hashed in our database, ensuring your data's safety. While scanning the QR code to transfer information, the recipient won't receive any information about you, not even your user ID. However, complete anonymity cannot be guaranteed, as it also depends on your own precautions. Be aware that authorities can analyze network traffic and potentially link you to the data transfer based on the time and volume of the transmission.
Unfortunately, we cannot recover your lost QR code or the data associated with it. All data is encrypted using a key generated on your device, which is inaccessible to us. Even if we could access the encrypted data, decryption would be impossible without the key. If you're unable to locate the link or QR code, the data will be permanently lost.
Sharing sensitive files through email attachments carries risks, as these attachments are often stored on multiple servers and may be vulnerable to hacking and data breaches. Protecting your own email account doesn't guarantee the recipient's security. QRClip provides a more secure alternative for file sharing. By using QRClip, you can set an expiration date and download limit for the data, ensuring limited access even in the event of a future mailbox or server hack.
Yes, QRClip allows you to share large files, with a current limit of 2 GB per file and up to 25 files per QRClip. With the Android and iOS apps already available, you can now share large files more conveniently. However, keep in mind that the maximum file size may also depend on the capabilities of the device you are using.
To delete a file from QRClip after sharing it, simply open the link or scan the QR code associated with the QRClip. Scroll down and click the trash can icon. This action will permanently delete the QRClip and its associated files, making them unrecoverable. Ensure that you no longer need the data before proceeding with deletion.
QRClip does not offer a way to track the specific individuals who have downloaded your files. You will only be able to see the number of times the QRClip was opened and the amount of data transferred. To protect user privacy, QRClip does not store IP addresses or any other user data. Our primary goal is to ensure the safety and security of your data, rather than tracking user activity.
QRClip employs a pay-as-you-go credit system for storing and transferring data. Credits are deducted upon file upload, and each subsequent download also deducts credits, with the first download already included in the initial upload cost. As long as there are credits available in your account, you can access premium features.
At QRClip, we prioritize honesty and transparency when handling user data. To safeguard your information, we encrypt all user data with a key that we never have access to. You can confirm this by using browser development tools or by checking our open-source command-line interface (CLI). The necessary information to decrypt your data (keys, IVs, and encrypted data) can be found in the details section of the QRClip. Furthermore, we plan to release our client application as open source in the future, allowing everyone to examine and utilize it.