We do not know, do not store and never forward your password openly. When you log into the system and enter the password, a hash code is generated on your device using the Argon2 algorithm. The hash code is sent to us for authentication. There is no way to know your password by a hash code.
All your letters and attachments in Beeble secure mail are stored in an encrypted form. In the same encrypted form, they are sent between Beeble users. There are only two parties that can read the message – the sender and the addressee to whom the letter is sent.
Each mailbox in Beeble has its own unique private key for encrypting letters. This key is locally generated once during the registration process and then locally encrypted with your password. That is why we set high requirements for password complexity. It is not possible to register in Beeble with a simple password.
Using the ultimate solutions for maximum protection, we, unfortunately, have no way to recover a forgotten password.
The transmitted data between our servers and your device is already securely encrypted, but we also use an additional layer of SSL encryption, which ensures that the transmitted traffic between Beeble and you will not be intercepted by a third party.
Another layer of protection for your privacy is digital stamp authentication technology, with which every email is signed. This additionally guarantees the recipient that the sender of the letter is exactly the user who wrote it, and the message was not replaced.
We use only uncompromising and proven solutions to protect your mail. Messages sent between Beeble users are encrypted using the PGP algorithm with a key length of 4096 bits. The password is hashed using the algorithm Argon2.
The encryption libraries we use are in the public domain and are developed by the Open Source community. Anyone can check the code and be sure that it does not contain hidden bookmarks.