Warning: note your password on a piece of paper. If you forget it, we have no way to recover your certificates.
Terms and conditions
General Welcome to our website. If you continue to browse and use this website, you are agreeing to comply with and be bound by the following terms and conditions of use, which govern Bitproof, Inc.'s relationship with you in relation to this website. If you disagree with any part of these terms and conditions, please do not use our website. The term 'Bitproof, Inc.' or 'us' or 'we' refers to the owner of the website whose registered office is located in the State of Delaware. The term 'you' refers to the user or viewer of our website.
Security Your files and certificates are encrypted client-side before being sent to our servers. However, the user acknowledges that a weak password may result in a weak security. We will never try to access your files, but we can't ensure that our web hosting provider or any 3rd party may not try to decrypt your files. You are fully responsible for the password you choose and accordingly, for the security of your account.
Trust This website uses TLS 1.2 AES_128_GCM to serve the scripts needed for client-side encryption. As stated above, we can't be responsible for any problem occuring with the scripts served. It's the responsability of the user to check the scripts if he wants to and Bitproof, Inc. can't be held responsible for any problem occuring during encryption or certification. The user uses Bitproof.io at its own risk.
Payments Bitcoin payments are processed by Coinbase, a worldwide trusted Bitcoin payment processor located in San Francisco, California. Fiat currencies payments are processed by Stripe.com, located in San Francisco, California. Bitproof, Inc. can't be held responsible for any problem occurring with those payment processors. By using them to pay us, you agree with their own terms and conditions.
Cookies and sessions Cookies, sessions and other variables used by Bitproof.io to work properly are stored client-side while the browser is running. If you're using a public computer, don't forget to close the browser before leaving. Everything is encrypted so keep in mind that loosing your password will result in loosing access to your account forever. We may not be held responsible for a password loss and can't technically recover the datas without the password. You should always keep a local backup of your files and certificates. Also, having an infected computer might result in sessions hijacking and certificates leaks, Bitproof, Inc. can't be held responsible for any problem occurring client side.