Open your .xlsx file for input:Open example spreadsheet
Click row header to select the line where data starts.
Click column headers to toggle on/off pseudonymisation for these columns.
Open pseudonymised .xlsx file for input:
With DataVaccinator LIVE, you can pseudonymise and de-pseudonymise data in an Excel file (.xlsx).
For more information about pseudonymisation of data and how DataVaccinator can help you, please visit our homepage www.datavaccinator.com.
What if I need more?
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No, because your Excel spreadsheet does not leave your computer. It is not uploaded and therefore we have no access to your data. The pseudonymisation is done completely inside of your web-browser.
Before the pseudonymization data (PID/PII) is uploaded and stored on our systems, it is locally encrypted with the password you enter. This password is not transferred to us and we don't know it. Therefore, we can not decrypt and read your data.
The pseudonymised data is stored encrypted inside our DataVaccinator infrastructure.
We host in three data centers in Nuremburg (Germany), Falkenstein (Germany) and Helsinki (Finland). The data is redundant between these three hosts and only accessible by this service.
At the end of the retention period, we delete any data that was stored in DataVaccinator.
We encrypt using AES256 and hash the data using SHA256. The communication is additionally encrypted using standard SSL transport encyption (https).