Post Scriptum – Enhanced Security for Sharing Documents and Sending Texts

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When you share documents online or send text messages, do you feel safe? In efforts to prevent data breaches and privacy leaks, large organizations rely heavily on end-to-end mobile device security. The good thing to know, however, is that you don’t need to spend a dime in order to secure your communication.

And though it’s unfortunate but true, hackers, snoopers, and cyber criminals are waiting to pounce on your susceptible pieces of information.

Post Scriptum is more than aware of this severe problem and aims to protect your methods of communication.

How does Post Scriptum work to prevent hacks and privacy leakage?

This app uses the most advanced end-to-end encryption systems where there’s no room for third party access. It does this in efforts to secure communications and files in real time so no one can follow your sent/received messages or documents.

In addition, Post Scriptum allows the user 100% anonymity with the option to become public to others. It also guarantees your privacy by offering a reward for breaking the code with their Post Scriptum challenge!

Hey, if you think you can crack the code, go ahead and give it a try! If you break their encryption, you’ll win $1 million! Click here to learn more.

Other features you can expect are:

  • No SIM card needed
  • Easy setup
  • Secure calls
  • Secure messages
  • Secure files and passwords

What’s even better is that Post Scriptum is available for free and works to secure your real-time calls and messages with the most advanced encryption available on the market.

Communicate with confidence and security when you download Post Scriptum. Fight back to hackers and cyber criminals when you install this app on your phone.

Post Scriptum is available for download on both iOS and Android devices for free. So jump on the security train today when you head to the Google Play or App Store today!

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