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[liberationtech] AES-encyrpted telephony in Iran?

Naiz Mudin naizmudin at gmail.com
Tue Jun 12 21:29:47 PDT 2012


Ladies & Gentlemen,

I have discovered, by serendipity, an iOS application that is evidently
also available for Windows Phone and Symbian (soon to be replaced with
Windows Phone 8). It is called, "SafeSession" and claims 256-bit AES
encryption between known and trusted users.

Is this a viable opportunity for an Iranian audience? On iOS market, the
price is at $299 USD, clearly out of the price range of an Iranian economy
reeling from the effects of sanctions and out-of-control inflation. Can it
be migrated, or somehow ported?

The technology intrigues me greatly - as I am a paladin for technology that
permits open but secure communications between Iranians without fear of
filtering or government monitoring. But is the cost too high? Has the
developer not found the right market? Or is it simply not the right tool to
solve the right problem?

http://safe-session.com/safe_session_voip

Regards,

NaizMudin
@naizmudin
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