sndrBlock Obliterates Kickstarter Goal within Hours of Launch

Backers thrilled there is finally a cure for the headaches of sending and sharing

NEW YORK--()--A mere eight hours after launching on Kickstarter last week, sndrBlock reached and surpassed its fundraising goal of $68,000. Over 200 backers have already made pledges in order to be the first to upgrade their digital communications with the sndrBlock. But there are still over 20 days left for consumers and businesses to join the sndrBlock revolution and become the rule makers of their digital messaging and file sharing.

With most email, messaging and file-sharing services the user is at the mercy of the company that owns the service. Once send is pressed, the security of the message, who can read it and how long it exists are decided not by the sender, but by a third party. The complete opposite is true with sndrBlock.

sndrBlock is a palm-sized device that gives users unique control over the security and readability of their messages. Connect it to a home or business network and it will provide local storage that is accessible from anywhere, with the ability to upload files up to 5TB in size almost instantly, without relying on the cloud.

And because sndrBlock is built on top of a feature rich, secure platform with seamless end to end cryptography, users have the ability to recall and annihilate messages at any time. sndrBlock empowers users to cryptographically revoke recipients' access to files and messages in real time or based on a set of rules they set. Senders can now decide who has the right to save, print, copy, forward and stash messages and content, ensuring the intended recipient is the only digital recipient.

To back sndrBlock on Kickstarter and secure a limited edition sndrBlock, visit http://kck.st/2kdOQXS. Backers are encouraged to ask questions and give feedback in the FAQs section on the sndr Kickstarter page.

About sndr

sndr is a technology firm dedicated to restoring privacy to online communications for the individual and enterprises. Its easy-to-use solutions deliver top-level security protection for text messages, emails, and messages sent or posted on social media and other public forums. sndr protects everyday communications from the moment they are sent or posted until they reach the designated recipient for decoding. Visit https://sndr.com for additional information.

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