Add an extra layer of security to your online forms. By encrypting your forms, you — and only you — can access submissions stored on our secure server with a private key.
For extra security, enable form encryption then upload your own key or let us generate one for you. Get submission notifications, upload files, add integrations, and decrypt data from your email inbox or the form submissions page.
How can I enable form encryption?
No coding necessary — encrypting your forms is as easy as 1-2-3. All you have to do is enable encryption in your form settings and provide a private key.
Enable form encryption
In your form settings, simply toggle the encryption option to “Yes.” That’s it! You’ll then be asked to provide a private key to open encrypted submissions.
Upload your own public key
To access submissions from your encrypted form, generate your own public key with your Unix-based OS terminal, and upload it to your account.
Generate a private key
When you encrypt a form, you’ll be given an auto-generated private key that only you have access to. Enter this private key to access your form submissions.
Get notified of encrypted submissions via email
Receive email notifications whenever you get a new encrypted submission. You can then enter your personal key to view the encrypted data in your secure Jotform account.
Decrypt data via email or the submissions page
Upload your personal key to decrypt form data sent through email notifications or the submissions page.
Access files uploaded to encrypted forms
Files uploaded through your encrypted forms will be left as is — meaning you won’t need to decrypt them in order to access or view them.
Add integrations to encrypted forms
You can sync encrypted data to 100+ other platforms using our free form integrations — but since the data will be sent encrypted, you’ll need to use the other platforms’ features to decrypt your data.
Hoe veilig is mijn data met Jotform?
At Jotform, ensuring the privacy and security of your data is a top priority for us. Encryption is available to ensure that submission data is transferred and stored in a secure format, so no one else can read it.