Messenger Apps With End-To-End Encryption

Messenger Apps With End-To-End Encryption

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Protecting privacy and protecting the confidentiality of information exchanged on the Internet is one of the main concerns of users at the present time. Due to the growing use of messaging applications by users, data privacy has also become more important. To address this concern, messaging apps have implemented end-to-end encryption techniques.

What is End-To-End Encryption?

The most secure messaging services provide end-to-end or all-in-one encryption or user-to-user encryption. In this way, only you and the person to whom you are sending the message can read the message. Third parties or even application developers will not be able to read the messages.

This will require unique private and public keys. The private key works on the device, and the public key sends an encrypted message to another person whose active private key on the phone can decrypt the message. This whole process will happen automatically and there is no need for user intervention.

Here are some of the most secure messaging apps.

WhatsApp WhatsApp:

WhatsApp is the most popular messaging application, and many users are currently using the app.
In addition to text messages, phone calls are also encrypted in this application. Other features of this messenger include web version and desktop. This application is available for both Android and iOS operating systems, for free.

Telegram Telegram:

User-to-user encryption is not enabled by default in this application. Of course, public messages are encrypted, but the ability to encrypt the user to user is only enabled in the Secret Chat section. Another feature of these messengers is the ability to delete two-way messages. This application is available for both Android and iOS operating systems, for free.

Signal Signal:

Compared to other messaging applications, this app has more compression and therefore less internet usage. This application is available for both Android and iOS operating systems, for free.

Dust Dust:

The most important difference between this application and other messaging applications is the focus on self-destructed messages in addition to user to user encrypting. In this application, users are able to delete messages sent. In addition, all messages will be automatically deleted from the sender's and recipient's mobile phone after 24 hours.

If you're using Apple devices, iMessage and FaceTime messengers also have user to user encryption. Of course, this feature only exists between Apple’s devices.