Excallent Very good service and most importantly encrypted!! Keep up the good work!!
Given the developers recent response to these allegations I recant my statement and I now consider this application completely secure to use
Great App Dead This was a great app but the development team has abandoned it. I can longer recommend this app. This app stores an extensive amount of meta-data so the issues I have heard the Dev has with the NSA seem quite realistic.
Surespot's security has almost certainly been compromised by the U.S. government. The developer, Adam Patacchiola, has stopped responding to inquiries about any government demands for information or assistance, and it seems likely that he is under a gag order (as happened to Ladar Levison, who operated the e-mail service Lavabit). My negative review is not in any way a reflection on the developer's programming skills, honesty, or character. Rather, it is simply my view that in light of the developer's recent silence, it is unwise to continue to trust this app. I've written a more detailed commentary that you can find online by Googling "Developer's Silence Raises Concern About Surespot Encrypted Messenger."
Best messenger ever Surespot definately is the best messenger I have ever used. As I am privacy paranoid, I feel really safe knowing that no one can read my messages (as the NSA and such can with WhatsApp etc). Notifications did not work for me at all until about a month ago. Everything works fine now and I even got my mother to use it now! Thumbs up and keep going this way Surespot, you have my respect. One thing that you could change in the future: the interface looks like it's designed for android 2.3 or something, I don't really like that but that's all.
Open source IM with PGP like security features Surespot is a free and end-to-end encrypted instant messenger for Android and iOS. Both clients and the server are open source. No phone numbers are needed for registration (though this can be also a drawback for larger adoption). Everything is end-to-end encrypted by default so the user does not have to make the decision or effort to do it (apart from verifying long term keys). Biggest drawbacks are the lack of a group chat, no support for multi device syncing and no perfect forward secrecy in the protocol. Also I am not aware of any audits on the code but at least it is open for anyone to see. In conclusion Surespot is a good open source option if you are satisfied with similar security as in PGP but if you want something more modern like forward secrecy and encrypted group chats there are other open source alternatives that deliver those.
Fix lollipop image rotation issues.
Use official keystore API for Android M.
Fix url shortener.
Don’t show every user as having new messages on restore identity/clear local cache.
Security improvements - new keys are signed by previous version of the key creating a chain of trust back to the initial key pair.
Remove identity from device without deleting identity in the system.
Handle graceful migration to upcoming version with breaking API changes.
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