Share your accounts without giving out your password 🤫

#2 Product of the DayAugust 13, 2018

ShareUrl is Chrome extension which allows users to share their various accounts (Netflix,Hotstar, Hulu, Facebook etc.) with their friends and families.

Work's on Chrome.

Simple to use.

Share to multiple.

Emmanuel Kaska
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Vivek Anand T Kallampally
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    This is cheating. Use the service’s officia free trial and then PAY if you like it.


    Gareth Bowles has never used this product.
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Rami M. Amin
Rami M. Amin@rmtux · Not a Growth Hacker
What about the security aspect? Looks interesting.
Thomas Kjærgaard
Thomas Kjærgaard@tkjaergaard · Developer
@rmtux I (quickly) took a glance at the source code. It seems like they store your cookies holding the authentication information for the site you are sharing and then placing it onto the receivers computer. It's interesting to know if these data is encrypted, preferably with E2E. But from my quick glance, i did not stumble upon any E2E related stuff.
Rami M. Amin
Rami M. Amin@rmtux · Not a Growth Hacker
@tkjaergaard I am no developer but sharing the cookie is an interesting thing. Encryption and who else gets access to user info is important. Wonder how Chrome will deal with this long run.
Vishwa Kulkarni
Vishwa KulkarniMaker@vishwa_kulkarni · Developer
Hey @rmtux security is most prior aspect of ShareURL. We don't share your URL with anyone else apart from you.(i.e. apart from whom you choose to share with) Regarding the technical side of our project. As explained by @tkjaergaard we store your cookie and set them up for your recipient. Cookies are encrypted and stored and are wiped every two weeks (better for cost-cutting as less storage). Just security info about cookie *Cookies don't contain your password. Hope this answer helped you :-)
Ryan Hoover
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Curious how this compares to Access URL, @vishwa_kulkarni.
Guido Arata
Guido Arata@guido_arata · Founder ProgestNOW
@rrhoover AccessURL seems dead, I hope ShareUrl is different on this 😀
Vishwa Kulkarni
Vishwa KulkarniMaker@vishwa_kulkarni · Developer
hey @rrhoover ShareURL will come across all platforms. (little hint even on Android based SmartPhones). Hope it is exciting for users and discern us from others.
Owen Far
Owen Far@owenfar1 · Master Web Development
Ryan Hoover
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
@vishwa_kulkarni ahh, good catch!
Ryan Dunnewold
Ryan Dunnewold@ryan_dunnewold
Seems to me that this is a hack to get around subscription models which feels kind of tacky when 90% of the people on here are building products that live / die off subscription models.
Venkat Shukla
Venkat Shukla@venkatshukla · Works at SAP Labs
Great hack! using it for some time... :)
Gareth Bowles
Gareth Bowles@gareth_bowles · Human
@venkatshukla enjoy cheating.
@Santu dey
@Santu dey@san2_dey · Head of Growth @Curofy
@Vishwa Tried Netflix works like a charm. Great job guys!