mit messenger is one of the most secure messenger applications available with multi-layer security systems, which have no negative impact on mit messenger performance. Unlike other big-name services, all mit messenger chats use end to end encryption by default. Once delivered, data is never stored on any server. All chats are safe from unwanted eavesdroppers. Moreover, all your video calls, audio calls, messages and signaling are encrypted. A new key is generated with every call. Encryption algorithms used by mit messenger are RSA-2048, RC4+, AES-256, Curve25519, ECDH, and HMAC-SHA256. All network traffic uses TLS/Noise to provide further encryption.
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- How do I start a voice call?
- How do I start a chat?
- How to create a group chat?
- How can I add new members into an existing group chat?
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