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Samsung Knox hack video & blacklist

 NOTICE: Due to the extreme seriousness of this demonstrable flaw in Samsung Knox security, we at EncroChat have taken all measures to protect our subscribers from potentially compromising themselves by communicating with users on the Samsung Knox platform. EncroChat does not post anonymous fake videos and hide behind false personas spreading lies and rumors about […]

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EncroChat Update version 6.x.x

EncroChat® has made several usability and stability improvements: Domains are no longer necessary. Omit the @domain.com part of the username when inviting a contact Uppercase usernames will now handle delivery receipts properly Resolved notifications occasionally not opening EncroChat® Resolved several issues relating to UI crashes Improved performance by optimizing application resource usage You can now forward pictures […]

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PGP Blackberry Article Repository

We have had many requests for a collection of pertinent articles regarding the state of the security of the Blackberry PGP market. Several links to articles from news sites are listed below and we will continue to add to this repository as time goes on. List of links (click any below and will take you to original […]

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WiFi vs Cellular Network Debate

Completely encrypted communications ensures the security of both wifi and cellular networks and makes them immune from eavesdroppers. In our applications, this end-to-end encryption is specifically done using Triple Elliptical Curve Diffie-Hellman Ephemeral 25519 key exchange with AES 256 Cipher in CTR mode and HMAC-SHA256. The deployment of a combination of Transport Layer Security protocols […]

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Wi-Fi vs Cellular Debate

Before we begin, both type of networks are secured from eavesdroppers as we fully encrypt our communications end-to-end within our applications; specifically Triple Elliptical Curve Diffie-Hellman Ephemeral 25519 (ECDHE) key exchange with AES 256 cipher in CTR mode and HMAC-SHA256. Our EncroChat platform is further protected by deploying X.509 certificates in conjunction with Transport Layer […]

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Using anonymous blogs to slander.

Addendum: March 31, 2016 Update to fake blog post (original response starts at header Subject below): Will do this is bullet form as not going to give fake “security researcher” any more space than necessary. Not identifying yourself or your company due to in-fighting.  Lame excuse.  There are lots of credible security consultants and researchers […]

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Why You Should Stick With EncroChat?

Well, the PGP BlackBerry® resellers are spreading loads of false information. The reputation of PGP has become low. Therefore, companies are making an attempt to rebrand themselves with innovative products, however, the product remains the same. The current blog: why you should stick with Encrochat, has been written in order to clarify the ambiguities in […]

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Blackberry memory cleaner

Preamble: In answer to the storm of criticism from subscribers about the recent revelations that seized Blackberry devices are exposing deleted encrypted PGP email messages, many PGP Blackberry resellers are telling their subscribers the Blackberry smartphone memory cleaner solves this issue.  Does that actually work? Our Response:  In short, no. First, let’s examine the different types of memory that […]

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