If you want genuinely private messaging that is protected from hacks and secure from attacks, then encrypting messages isn’t sufficient. So Whatsapp encryption and other encrypted operating systems and apps cannot always guard your personal information. No matter which smartphone you are using whether it is iPhone or Android, Blackberry or any other phone on the market, a simple passcode or password is not going to cut it. Bearing in mind the price of these Apple and Samsung gadgets they do not have the ability to protect you as well as you might think. You require a higher-level encrypted device. Not something you can easily unlock. You have to go to the next level. ChatMailECC provides encrypted phones, shielding the device, the app, and the connection, which is all before you have even entered a passcode. With advanced multi-layered encryption, ChatMailECC is at the forefront of untraceable messaging and phone calls and feature that we all need.
What is a PGP phone?
First of all, let’s understand what does PGP means? It stands for Pretty Good Privacy encryption. This determines that any messages and phone calls made from this device will be concealed unless you have the private keys. PGP is a cryptographic software system that lets individuals interact confidentially online so if they are discussing items of a sensitive nature it is secure. It has end to end encryption. When you send a message via a PGP encrypted mobile phone, the message is changed into unreadable text on your encrypted phone before it traverses the internet. Only the recipient has the authentication keys to turn the text back into coherent writing on their encrypted phone. This does not mean that PGP is not susceptible to tampering. PGP was originally designed for email and has since been adapted for phones. Unfortunately, your messages, images etc can still be traced and viewed. Messages were able to be hacked and viewed before they were encrypted at the source no matter which network you were using.
ChatMailECC uses both PGP and ECC as protections. ChatMailECC is the premier business to offer a multi-layer unified end to end encryption program that uses the exclusive ChatMail Advanced Messaging and Parsing Protocol (CAMP. They use this private system to achieve a more fluid, seamless interaction platform shielded by both PGP and Elliptical Curve Cryptography. CAMP was built uniquely by us because we know that standard manufacturers options are not enough.
What is Elliptic Curve Cryptography?
ECC cryptography is a key-based form for encrypting information. Elliptical curve cryptography centres on both public keys and private keys for decryption and encryption of web traffic, messaging, and phone calls.
So, using both PGP and ECC offers a high calibre of security for your device, which is how ChatmailECC operates. It prevents your device from becoming accessible to any malicious company, cyber threat or individual threats.
When communicating with other ChatMailECC devices, you can access functions at a high-security military grade level like group chat, voice messaging, picture messaging, and standard chat. However, ChatMailECC phones also have the features to interact with conventional PGP encrypted smartphones using standard PGP software. The encrypted phone automatically changes to the most protected type of encryption. Contacts are organised by colour-coding to show if they are internal (also utilising the CAMP protocol) or external (using other PGP software). Internal users will have extra elements facing hackers, including encrypted pictures, voice, and self-destructing messages.
Secure phones you can rely on.
If your private keys get into a hacker’s hands on a regular encrypted device, your private data and protection are at risk. Anything stored there can be accessed you will not be able to prevent this. With ChatMailECC encryption, you have full authority over your private keys. The keys are produced by the primary user and never move from your ChatMailECC encrypted phone. This will give you peace of mind that information and data are protected.
ChatMailECC uses PGP to authenticate the sender’s identification and checks that the message was not seen or altered by an attacker after it has been sent.