Which messenger is truly the most private? We take a look at Signal, Telegram, Status and more.
This article describes the architectural building blocks of Status messenger and illustrates the journey of Alice’s message to Bob through different layers of the protocol stack.
Here are the elements we deem crucial when building private, secure messaging apps – end-to-end encryption, perfect forward secrecy, p2p protocols, anonymous account creation, and OSS.
The secure messaging app of the future is one that protects privacy and enables the free flow of information all while having an intuitive interface. Check out this comparison of Telegram, Signal, Status
Status v1.2 introduces Waku – a fork of the previously used peer-to-peer messaging protocol Whisper. Waku aims to solve some of the issues of Whisper in an iterative fashion and enable greater scalability.
Version 1.2 of Status, the secure messaging app, brings benefits of blockchain to regions with unreliable payments systems, censorship, and surveillance
Perfect Forward Secrecy, E2E Encryption & Peer to Peer Dark Routing makes Status a TRULY secure messaging platform. Find out how in this article!