Fundamentally, the REDDOXX App serves to store and transfer encrypted emails. For our service to work smoothly and on different devices we have to store some data.
The email address is required to log in to the REDDCRYPT app.
We store your public key unencrypted. This is uncritical as public keys don’t contain any sensitive information. It is in their nature to be unencrypted so that other users can use them to send you encrypted emails.
Your private key has already been encrypted locally on your device with the password key. This encrypted private key is transferred to us and stored securely.
In order to encrypt and decrypt an email the REDDCRYPT user’s password is mandatory. This password has already been hashed on your device and is hashed again on our servers.
To improve the user experience we store encrypted mails for 30 days on our servers. This allows recipients to access and read emails instantly from any device via web browser. Emails have already been encrypted in a container on your device before being transferred to us.