There are three different levels of paste availability. Choose wisely!
A hidden paste is viewable by anyone with the paste ID or URL, but will not show up on any public paste lists or be indexed by search engines. This is the default visibility setting for new pastes.
Private pastes are only accessible via the secure paste URL, which contains a special hash code to ensure that no one guesses or brute-forces the paste URL. Anyone you give the secure URL to can view your paste.
Public pastes are available to anyone with the paste ID or URL and also show up on our public paste lists.×
If you provide an encryption password, your paste will be encrypted so that only people with the password can view it.
We have no way of decrypting pastes without your password, so please don't lose it!×
By providing an optional delete code, you can allow your paste to be deleted by anyone with the code/password.
You can delete any of your own pastes without the delete code, but only during your active session. If you close your browser window or access the paste from another computer, you will need the delete code.×
You can control when your paste expires. By default, pastes do not expire and will live happily forever.×
You can control when your paste will be available to the world. By default, pastes are available immediately after creation.
Try using this along with the Email Notification option for sending someone your top-secret spy data at a specific date/time. Once created, your paste will be emailed to the recipient automatically (unless it is deleted before the availability date!)×
The Email Notification option let's you specify a few email addresses you would like to be notified when your paste is available. A link to your paste will be automatically emailed to the recipients at that time.
Try using this along with specifying an Availability Date for sending someone your top-secret spy data at a specific date/time. Once created, your paste will be emailed to the recipient automatically (unless it is deleted before the availability date!)
Please note: If your paste is encrypted, the recipient will need the password to decrypt it!×