free service for protecting your personal information
bilgge is a web application which makes you feel as if you were storing data in a real safe house. what makes bilgge different is its approach on privacy and security. first, instead of saying "it uses end-to-end encryption" then asking you 8+ characters password to protect your data, it gives you power to encrypt your data by yourself in your browser. this means, bilgge servers never see your plain data, they only store your data, encrypted in your browser before sending it to a server without leaving footprints. in our service, there is no usage of cookies, trackers, localstorage and/or public cdn services.
it is completely free and open source.
you can run your own bilgge instance privately and take a total control.
your plain data never visits any of bilgge servers.
bilgge encrypts your data in your browser before sending the servers. this means no one can see your plain data even if they have privileged access to servers.
uses industry standard encryption.
bilgge encrypts your data with combination of 256-bit AES and optionally increasable 1024-bit RSA algorithms (in your browser).
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let us rub out your question marks
• why am I uploading my private key on login page?
actually, you are not uploading. you only give it to your browser to use it for encryption and decryption processes. when you want to login, bilgge sends you an ecrypted random text and expect you to decrypt it before sending plain in order to verify your identity. your browser decrypts to cipher text then sends it back to bilgge, and, you are in.
• how does bilgge search my encrypted content?
first, bilgge does not make search, it does match. when you register bilgge, your browser generates a unique random salt data and stores it in bilgge as encrypted. the combination of this salt data and each word of your content titles are getting hashed with sha-256 algorithm by your browser. when you make a search, bilgge performs this process on your keywords then tries to match them with your data. since every user has a different salt data, there is no pattern between words that some can understand.
• why is my username not encrypted?
because it enables us to give you support when you contact us for a problem such as deleting your account.
• is there a way to recover my data?
no, it is not possible. make sure the world shakes when someone figures out that it is possible. if you have lost your private key, there is only one thing that we can do: deleting your space occupying data.