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In this article, we will cover how to use Secure Share for Confluence. If you haven't already, make sure to install the Secure Share for Confluence app.
1. Go to the article you want to add Virtru to. Type "/virtru-integration" and select that option to embed Virtru within the article. You will then see a Virtru placeholder appear inline in the article.
2. Publish the article and then go view the published article. Click the button in the Virtru app to "authenticate and encrypted content".
3. A new window will open, prompting you to authenticate and verify your identity. Follow those steps to complete that process.
Note about SSO/SAML
If your organization has enabled SSO/SAML with your Virtru account and you have trouble authenticating, please make sure you have Chrome "third party storage partitioning "disabled in your Chrome Settings.
Encrypting Content in Confluence
Once you have inserted Virtru into an article and authenticated, you can now add encrypted content and choose who can access it.
1. To start, you need to choose who can access the secure content by entering the email address(es) into the Authorized Viewers Field.
If you have synced Virtru with Google or Azure you can use group addresses in this field.
2. Optional: Next you can add an unencrypted introduction message if you so choose.
3. Next, input your encrypted content into the Secure Content field. Any viewers will have to authenticate before they are able to access the content you insert here.
4. Finally, click Encrypt to complete the process.
Decrypting Content in Confluence
1. To decrypt secure content, users should go to the encrypted section of an article and click Decrypt
2. You will then get a pop-up screen prompting you to verify your account via SSO, Oauth, or via a verification link. The options may vary depending on your organization's Virtru settings.
Pop Up Settings
If a new screen does not pop up with verification options, please make sure your Chrome settings allow pop ups on the Confluence page. Then refresh and try again.
3. Return to the Confluence page and you will see the decrypted content if your account is allowed to access it.