Even if you "delete" a message, depending on how your e-mail client works, it may still be sitting on your e-mail server or your local hard drive. And worst of all, it is almost always unencrypted or sent over insecure channels.
SafeBark allows you to send one-time messages which self-destruct after being opened, or if they aren't opened, after a 12 hour period of inactivity. During the 12-hour period before self-destruction, all "barks" are securely encrypted in our database and inaccessible to everyone except your intended recipient. No record of who sent them or who opened them is kept, meaning that your privacy is always maintained.
Now that's safety!
Our one and only goal is the privacy of your communications, for that reason we are completely transparent about how we handle your data (hint: with heavy encryption), how your data is temporarily stored (hint: it isn't), and who can access your data (hint: no one).
Click here to read about how your data is handled.