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End-to-end encryption is a security protocol that ensures that only the sender and intended recipient of a message or data can access and decipher its contents. It prevents unauthorized access, even by service providers or intermediaries facilitating the communication, by encrypting the data on the sender's device and only decrypting it on the recipient's device.

On the Debex platform, it is now possible to exchange files using end-to-end encryption

What is “end-to-end encryption”?

This means that no one except the recipient you selected will be able to download/read the contents of the file (even Debex employees).

The file is encrypted in the sender's browser and uploaded to the Debex servers in encrypted form.

How does it work?

To encrypt files on the sender's computer, we have developed a special application for the Google Chrome browser. This ensures that the file is transmitted to the Debex servers only in encrypted form.

The recipient of the file in the portal interface creates encryption keys that are used to encrypt the files. These keys are not stored on Debex servers, which guarantees the impossibility for third parties to access the contents of the files.

The sender chooses who can download and decrypt the file in the portal interface. Then the file is encrypted and sent to the recipient. Only the selected recipient will be able to decrypt the file.

Step 1. Download and install the Google Chrome app

Download the Google Chrome app

With it, you will be able to:

  1. To create the encryption key to obtain encrypted files
  2. Encrypt files before sending them to Debex servers
  3. Decrypt received files using your private encryption key

Step 2. Create encryption keys

To be able to receive encrypted files, you need to create a pair of encryption keys one time (what is it?) in your personal account in the "End-to-end encryption" section. As a result, a pair of public and private keys will be created.

Your public key will be used to encrypt the files that are sent to you. The decryption of such files is possible only with your private key.

The private key is stored only on your computer and is never stored on the Debex servers, so keep it safe.

Step 3. Send the encrypted file

In the "Requests" section, you can send encrypted files that only a selected recipient will have access to.

No one else (not even Debex employees) will be able to access such files in any way.

Any questions? Contact us

Secure file sharing using end-to-end encryption | Debexpert
Written by
Ivan Korotaev
Debexpert CEO, Co-founder

More than a decade of Ivan's career has been dedicated to Finance, Banking and Digital Solutions. From these three areas, the idea of a fintech solution called Debepxert was born. He started his career in  Big Four consulting and continued in the industry, working as a CFO for publicly traded and digital companies. Ivan came into the debt industry in 2019, when company Debexpert started its first operations. Over the past few years the company, following his lead, has become a technological leader in the US, opened its offices in 10 countries and achieved a record level of sales - 700 debt portfolios per year.

  • Big Four consulting
  • Expert in Finance, Banking and Digital Solutions
  • CFO for publicly traded and digital companies


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