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“Kim dot com” intends to release encrypted messaging service within weeks
The service will be addressed to users of its cloud storage service “mega”.
Cloud storage service founder intends to “mega”, Kim Schmitz, known as “dot com” Kim kim.com German origin and resident in New Zealand, the launch service for IM is characterized by a high degree of encryption, to be addressed to users of service “mega”.
TorrentFreak website quoted Executive Director of cloud storage service “weikram Kumar” that you first encrypted messaging platform to Web browsers, to be followed by other steps to put the service on Smartphones, and then launch email encrypted service.
The announcement comes after a series of scandals that followed disclosure of the secret spy program “Prism PRISM, and the cooperation of many leading technology companies, such as Google, Facebook, Microsoft, which confirmed the Guardian newspaper recently reported the existence of close cooperation between them and the national security agency to spy on e-mail service” Outlook “and” Skype chat “committees.
Which prompted many users to search contact services safer and characterized by a high degree of encryption, which has long promised “Kim dot com”, launched in January last year the cloud storage service “mega” which, he said, as the most secure, providing users the ability to store all the files and are fully encrypted.
And “mega” service works with a number of developers on the launch platform for instant messaging and email service like Gmail, “Google” and “Outlook” from Microsoft, the Web version of the messaging service as officially within 4 to 6 weeks, then on smart phones during the time of 2 to 3 months, the e-mail service is expected to be launched within 6 to 8 months, as moving the site TorrentFreak on “Kim dot com”.
It should be noted that the “dot com” Kim is known for his opposition and his criticism of United States policy with respect to online privacy, and has personal experience with spying and surveillance, where he apologized to New Zealand Prime Minister John key “officially” after the security authorities in the country to spy on communications without obtaining official permission.
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