Using Encryption to protect embedded ipushpull pages

If the data in your embedded ipushpull pages is private, you can use ipushpull encryption to make sure only the right people can see it. Visitors to your site will have to enter a password to unlock the data. This article explains how.

You don't need to create individual user accounts to use encrypted pages. You create public pages then encrypt the content before pushing it to ipushpull, then send the password to your privileged visitors so they can unlock the data locally.

If you'd rather create individual accounts for each of your users, you can also use ipushpull access control to protect pages. See this article for more details.


1. Create a Page and make it public

First you will need to make your page public. To do so follow the steps in this article.


2. Encrypt the public page

To encrypt your page from the web app, navigate to your page and click on Unencrypted to open the encryption options.



In the right sidebar tick the Encrypt Page box, the select Encryption Key option will appear. Click on the Key option and enter Key and Passphrase.



3. Embed the encrypted ipushpull page into your site

Embed the ipushpull page in your website as explained here.


4. What your visitors will see

When a visitor comes to your site, the embedded page will look like this:

Enter the password to unlock the encrypted page.

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