Smash makes the security of your data its priority

We give the utmost importance to the security and confidentiality of your data and files. We have a team dedicated to security who use the most sophisticated tools and practices to develop and administer Smash.

Like most online services, only a very small number of our employees have access to your data. Furthermore, we have implemented strict rules and technical restrictions to prevent any access by staff members except in rare circumstances.

You should also know that we have installed several functions to allow you to protect access to your files.

In fact, you can reduce the validity of your Smashs to just one day and add a password for each of them. Therefore, the addressees of your Smashs cannot access your files unless you have decided to send them the password via another means (telephone, email, text message, etc.). With Smash, it’s you who stay in control.

Lastly, only the people with a link to your Smash can consult your files.


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The files stored on Smash are encrypted using the AES standard (Advanced Encryption Standard), 256 bits.

Smash uses the SSL/TLS (Secure Sockets Layer/Transport Layer Security) protocol to protect the data during their transfer between the Smash application and the servers.

We regularly test the Smash applications and infrastructure to identify possible security breaches, strengthen their security and protect them against attacks.

Amazon Web Services stores the data and files with its S3 service.

The servers that store the data and files are located in 15 geographic regions of the world.  We store the files as close as possible to your location. For example, in Paris if you are in France, in Frankfurt if you are in Germany, in London if you are in the UK, in New York if you are on the East Coast of the United States, in Sao Paulo if you are in Brazil, etc.

The files are automatically deleted from the servers once the Smash has expired.



We invite you to consult our confidentiality policy to know how we process your data when you use Smash.