Sunday, January 2, 2011

Anti-Eavesdropping iPhone Voice Communications Encryption Security App

In iPhone security news a new voice communications encryption iPhone security app stops eavesdropping, wiretapping and cell phone spys.

PRLog (Press Release)Dec 30, 2010 – A new iPhone personal and business related app has been launched to provide iPhone users with private, secure voice communications. The AES military grade voice communications encryption iPhone security app enables users to talk freely without the fear of their conversation being heard or recorded by any eavesdropping, wiretapping cell phone spys.

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The Kryptos voice communications security app utilizes 256 bit AES military grade encryption to encrypt cell phone calls between users. For added security the app uses 1024 bit RSA encryption during the symmetric key exchange. The Secure Voice Over IP (VoIP) application can provide VoIP connectivity for secure calls over several networks including 3G, 4G
and WiFi to protect business, personal and government related information secure, safe
and private.



Anonymous said...

And how does this application compare to Skype? What are its presumed advantages?

Also, it's not enough to use secure algorithms, the protocols must be secure. What protocols are used by Kryptos VoIP?

J.D. LeaSure, President / CEO ComSec LLc said...

According to the folks at Kryptos, They are using 256 bit AES/2048 RSA encryption. Their servers are located in the USA, and only user names are stored. No call logs are stored, and cannot be accessed since the calls are ultimately routed through the carrier...Sounds great, but time will tell. The Kryptos App will be available for the Android later this month and for the Blackberry in February. JDL

Anonymous said...

I have been using Kryptos for about 2 weeks now. Great quality of call, and I have already had 7 of my clients sign up to secure our conversations.

Anonymous said...

Would this defeat the NSA - FBI spying operation? Or is this only useful for low level hackers and bumkin cops?

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