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[liberationtech] AES-encyrpted telephony in Iran?

Pavol Luptak wilder at
Wed Jun 20 15:54:54 PDT 2012

On Wed, Jun 13, 2012 at 04:29:47AM +0000, 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.
>    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?

It does not make sense for me, especially if you can buy any "reputable" 
SIP/TLS+SRTP VoIP client to your iPhone for few dollars.

[wilder at] [] [talker: 5678]
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