E2EE encrypted messaging and video calls
 

E2EE Instant Messenger

 
Now featuring Video Messages 
 
and Encrypted file transfer 
 
This page will help you understand the E2EE interface and its functions ...
 
 
 
 

Inbox

is your list of ongoing conversations.
 
Select one, or  Start New to select a Contact or Message Group.
 
 
  - marks messages you have read.
 
 
  - marks messages you have not read.
 
 Messages encrypted with private key
 
 Messages encrypted with universal key
 
 Group conversation
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Messages Dialog

 
 
Return to Inbox
 
Delete these messages
 
Voice call - Video call
 
Select photo or file
 
Record a video message
 
Device location in Google map
 
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Start New

 
Shows your Contacts and Groups - choose one to start a conversation.
 
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Message Groups

 
Use Edit Message Groups to make or manage a Message Group.
 
Make a new message group or select a group to edit.
 
 
 
Use and to add and remove usernames from the group.)
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Message Storage, Privacy & Security

 
 
Encryption
E2EE  messages are encrypted the moment they are posted and stay that way under transport, whether relayed via E2EE  servers or directly to P2P-connected devices.
 
Not P2P connected (Not "In a Call")
Without P2P connection, encrypted messages are relayed via E2EE  servers and deleleted upon collection. (In active chat session, typically 1 - 2 seconds on the server).
 
P2P connected ("In a Call")
When P2P connected, voice + video streams, text and video messages and file data are sent over webRTC peer-to-peer connections, directly between devices - not via a webserver.
 
Storage
E2EE messages are stored encrypted on the devices they are created/received on, not on the webserver. Users can delete messages individually or delete entire conversations.
 
Location
This gets your location and pins it on a button-link to Google Maps that can be sent in a message. It's a one-time-per-click operation which cannot track you further.
 
WebRTC Privacy and Security
WebRTC connects browsers together in encrypted private networks in which media data flows directly between the connected devices.
 
WebRTC peer-to-peer connections enable
  • Voice calls - audio only
  • Video calls - video and audio
  • P2P messaging - text and file transfer
  • One-to-one or small group calls
 
WebRTC provides the most secure encrypted messaging method imaginable, privacy and security protected by the very nature of the technology.
 
 
 
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E2EE  does not use tracking technologies of any kind.