Essen, Germany, December 04, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The German startup monkkee wants to offer Internet users the safest place for their thoughts. Diarists can now create a free private journal on the new web platform monkkee.com. Using a comprehensive encryption concept, monkkee not only competes with existing online diary services but also aims to provide a real alternative to the traditional paper journal.
"I love the web and the many opportunities it offers," says Björn Weinbrenner, founder and software developer of monkkee. "But so far there has been no place where I could keep very personal thoughts and which, at the same time, corresponded to my notion of security. With monkkee and its client-side encryption I want to close this gap."
A comprehensive security concept provides effective protection of user data against unauthorised access. At monkkee all data is encrypted at client side, i.e. on the computer of the user, before it is transmitted to the server via the Internet. With this approach monkkee set themselves apart from other competitors who do not encrypt user data at all or only provide server-side encryption. This ensures that no person other than the owner of the password has access to the data. Not even the employees of monkkee can see the content generated by their users.
In order to use monkkee all you need is a computer with Internet access – this way you can save and access your data at any time and from anywhere. No software is required, since all entries are created directly in the web browser.
Whether it is used as a personal journal, virtual notebook or to capture ideas – on monkkee.com writers can give their creativity free rein. Thanks to unlimited storage space, users can write as many entries as they want to. The auto-save function ensures that no data is lost. Tags can be assigned to categorise and easily find entries.
monkkee is a free web platform for private online journaling with a focus on encrypted data transmission and storage. The name monkkee refers to the term "monkey mind," a metaphor for the restless mind, which is to be tamed by journaling.
For further information about monkkee go to http://www.monkkee.com or visit monkkee on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/monkkeecom.