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Edward Snowden’s revelations about mass NSA surveillance, combined with the fact that the UK government is now requiring ISP's to record all internet traffic with the infamous snooper’s charter, has made privacy a very precious commodity.
The ability to monitor your traffic means messages you send with many popular apps can be intercepted and read.
At this point, you might recall earlier this month there was a warning about a vulnerability in Whats App’s secure messages, but this was later proven to be false.
Whats App is available for both Android and i OS – you'll need to have a verifiable mobile phone number to register initially (it’s also available for desktop computers).
Most importantly Silence is open source so experts can check that its code is free of vulnerabilities, deliberate backdoors or other sneaky stuff.
This app comes from the good people at Silent Circle – industry leaders in mobile security (and makers of the Blackphone).
This privacy-conscious messaging app comes from Open Whisper Systems who bear Edward Snowden's seal of approval, no less.
This means that not only are your messages protected and you can verify who you're speaking to, but you also have deniability – anyone can forge a message after the conversation is over.The app is open source so can be checked by experts for vulnerabilities.It is free to download for i OS and Android, but you need a paid subscription (.95 per month – around £8, AU) to make use of all the features.Although several security organisations have audited Wickr Me's code, it hasn't been released publicly so there's no way to check it for security bugs or deliberate backdoors.It’s also not very clear how effectively the app can delete data, so Android users should be sure to encrypt their device, too.