Wednesday, 14 January 2015

The Free Encryption App That Wants to Replace Gmail, Dropbox, and HipChat

The Free Encryption App That Wants to Replace Gmail, Dropbox, and HipChat

Cryptographers devote their careers to the science of securing your communications. Twenty-four-year-old Nadim Kobeissi has devoted his to the art of making that security as easy as possible. His software creations like Cryptocat and Minilock are meant to encrypt instant messages or shared files with three-letter-agency-level protection, but with user interfaces that require Lincoln-Log-level skills. Now he's pulling elements of all his dead-simple apps into what he describes as his biggest release yet, a single platform designed to encrypt everything you and any group of collaborators do on the desktop.


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