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Privnote Website Sends Self-Destructing Notes

Spygeek: Deliver a Self-Destructing Note with Privnote

If you have never thought to yourself, I can't wait until the day I send someone a note that says, "This message will self-destruct in 30 seconds," then you should both check yourself and have that thought now.

Privnote was devised for the spy in you, or at the very least, the person in you who has a really juicy secret on their hands that they do not want to be traced back.

Simply go to Privnote's site and type in your super secret message, and they'll give you a link to send to your recipient. Once they read it, poof, it's gone, and it can't be accessed again. Stealth.


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supercharger5150 supercharger5150 7 years
burningphoenix burningphoenix 7 years
Interesting. I'll add in my vote for that too, geeksugar!! :)
Tech Tech 7 years
I vote for a woman saying, "This message will self-destruct in 5,4,3, 2..."
Megatron Megatron 7 years
I agree with soapbox, there should have at least been a cool graphic or something...
Geisha-Runner Geisha-Runner 7 years
QueenOfAllCosmos QueenOfAllCosmos 7 years
there is still no proof you said it though, so even if they copy paste it you can deny ever saying it...
LadyAngel89 LadyAngel89 7 years
Well, it's a neat idea if for the fact that it takes it off the internet immediately. But the reader can simply read it, copy it, paste it, and put it wherever. I would rather post it give them so much time (maybe time I specify) to read it then poof it's gone with no ability to copy and paste. Sure they could write it down, but eh I'd be too lazy for that haha.
marinewifey marinewifey 7 years
Hahaha that's cool.
soapbox soapbox 7 years
It would have been cooler if they had a picture of it going up in flames.
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