When notes are sent to the server, they're encrypted and transferred over the web. Within the server, notes will be stored in plain text. For an added layer of security, end-to-end encryption can be enabledEnable end-to-end encryptionEnabling E2EE in Fleeting Notes
1. Navigate to the settings in the Fleeting Notes application
1. Find "End-to-end Encryption" and click the "Enable" button
1. Type in your encryption password (Note: you cannot change this password, and if you forget this password, data will remain unusable forever)
1. Click "Ok"
Then you're done! End-to-end encryption is enabled. From now on, notes that are saved will be encrypted on the server. Unaccessible by me or anyone without your custom encryption key.
. This makes notes inaccessible by us or any potential eavesdroppers such as your internet service provider.
We use industry-standard AES-256 to encrypt your data for end-to-end encryption. AES-256 is a military-grade encryption specification that's widely used in for example online banking.