The Best and Worst Encrypted Messaging Apps
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The Best and Worst Encrypted Messaging Apps

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There’s never been a better time to start encrypting your texts and phone calls. Hackers are breaking into more personal devices than ever before, and massive government surveillance dragnets are indiscriminately sweeping up people’s digital communications. Encryption can protect you.

If it is done right.

At least some apps that claim that they protect their users get it right. End-2-end encryption is no simple task achieve, especially when you want to give the user a simple and seamless experience. There are many mistakes made by the current messaging apps leaders.

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