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[liberationtech] AES-encyrpted telephony in Iran?

Naiz Mudin naizmudin at gmail.com
Tue Jun 12 22:24:04 PDT 2012


If the gentlemen and ladies that are involved with PrivateGSM would please
contact me offline, so that I can distribute this software capability as
quickly as possible, I will be greatly appreciative. Dai'ee Jaan Filterbaf
aproaches ever-so-silently and with great strides. We must be prepared, in
my country, to communicate with one another without fear of the govermnment
having automatic access to our data, as is the case currently, whenever we
(for example) use Skype VOIP outside of the country.

~NM

On Wed, Jun 13, 2012 at 5:07 AM, Jacob Appelbaum <jacob at appelbaum.net>wrote:

> On 06/12/2012 09:29 PM, Naiz Mudin wrote:
> > 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.
>
> I'd suggest PrivateGSM. The people who created it are on this list, it's
> based on open standards, it isn't insanely expensive (it's free, even),
> and in theory, it has modes of obfuscate to evade traffic analysis of
> sorts. It also has support for Android, iPhone, and a ton of other
> platforms.
>
> All the best,
> Jacob
>
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