DilbertFiles uses a 128-bit SSL connection to make sure that your files can be viewed only by the people you have sent them to.
Your files are stored on the DilbertFiles servers, encrypted with a 128 bit key. Without this key, no one can open the attachments. DilbertFiles automatically sends this key to the recipient, by regular email.
If you don’t use encryption to send your email (the default setting when using software such as Outlook) DilbertFiles will send the key as plain text. For added security, you could use solutions such as PGP to encrypt your mail messages, in which case the DilbertFiles key will be encrypted as well.
If your question is not answered by our FAQ, then please contact us
- What is DilbertFiles and why do I want to use it?
- How secure is DilbertFiles?
- Password protection
- How can I delete files which I have emailed?
- Doesn't emailing large files clutter up the recipients mailbox?
- What will happen when I exceed my monthly limit?
- Forgot your password? Get it here.
- Can I share my account details with third parties?
- Does DilbertFiles use my current email address or do I get a new one?
- Does the recipient need a DilbertFiles account or special software to receive the files that I send?
- Why are my files being transferred so slow?
- Does DilbertFiles make my computer slower?
- Can I send files to multiple recipients using a single email?
- How do I know if the recipient has downloaded the files I sent?
- Which kind of files can I send?