Video: No, you can’t save this file, it’ll automatically self-destruct instead

DSTRUX Secure File Sharing Service

DSTRUX is a brand new service that wants to make files even more secure when you share them on the Internet by offering total control on who gets to see them and by making it more difficult for recipients to duplicate the file without permission. This new cloud-based file-sharing product will also allow users to set up a self-destruct timer on shared files, so they’re automatically destroyed at a certain point in time.

“DSTRUX was created for the millions of everyday people and companies who lose control of their images, sensitive documents, files and intellectual property,” DSTRUX CEO Nathan Hecht said.

“We have been programmed to accept a complete loss of control online and the consequences that follow. When files leave a computer for another, there is no telling where they will wind up or how they may be altered. The idea that society has become complacent is mind-boggling and disturbing. Too often sensitive documents and pictures come back to haunt people and companies for simple errors. We want DSTRUX to be a platform that impacts society in both the virtual and real worlds, and I am truly proud of what we’ve accomplished,” the exec added.

Files uploaded with DSTRUX will be protected against altering, printing, copying, forwarding or screenshots without the sender’s permission, but they can be shared in a variety of ways, including via social networks or regular email. The company further says that the sender can further control whom the file can be forwarded to by those users that receive it initially.

DSTRUX will be available free of charge for the first three months, although a pricing structure for the following months has not been announced. DSTRUX apps for iOS and Android will be available in May and later this summer, respectively.

Videos explaining how DSTRUX works, as well as the full press release, follow below.

DSTRUX LAUNCHES TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM TO PUT CONTROL INTO ONLINE SHARING

Revolutionary Solution Empowers Users With The Ability To Send Files That Cannot Be Altered, Copied, Printed Or Forwarded; All With The Power To Self Destruct Upon Command

NEW YORK, NY – April 11, 2014 –DSTRUX, the easiest and most advanced way to restore control to information sharing, announced today the debut of its cloud-based technology for all desktop operating systems. The advent of DSTRUX solves the primary dilemma that affects anyone who sends a document, image or video: the ability to control ownership and track what is shared online after hitting “send.”

Nathan Hecht, CEO and founder of DSTRUX, states, “DSTRUX was created for the millions of everyday people and companies who lose control of their images, sensitive documents, files and intellectual property.”

DSTRUX provides users with the opportunity to maintain control over all sensitive online documents by monitoring the status and location of all sent files using the home dashboard. It is the first platform to not only set a pre-determined time limit for the recipient that will self-destruct but also disallows altering, printing, copying, forwarding or screenshots of the documents without the senders’ permission. Additionally, the sender can control whom the recipient forwards the file to and can restrict access at any time. All documents can be shared using any email platform or Facebook messenger and there is no signup necessary.

Hecht adds, “We have been programmed to accept a complete loss of control online and the consequences that follow. When files leave a computer for another, there is no telling where they will wind up or how they may be altered. The idea that society has become complacent is mind-boggling and disturbing. Too often sensitive documents and pictures come back to haunt people and companies for simple errors. We want DSTRUX to be a platform that impacts society in both the virtual and real worlds, and I am truly proud of what we’ve accomplished.”

To sign up for DSTRUX, visit http://www.dstrux.com and receive the first 3 months free. DSTRUX will be available on iOS in May and Android in summer 2014.

About DSTRUX
Founded in NYC April 2014, DSTRUX is a cloud-based information sharing solution created by Nathan Hecht and a specialized team of technology engineers hailing from the IDF’s famed Unit 8200. Providing the opportunity to maintain control over sensitive online documents, DSTRUX allows users to monitor the status and location of all sent files using the home dashboard. It is the first platform to not only set a pre-determined time limit for the recipient that will self-destruct but also disallows altering, printing, copying, forwarding or screenshots of the documents without the senders’ permission. The service is accessible via all desktop operating systems. For more information, please visit http://www.DSTRUX.com.

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