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Invisible.im Messenger to Leave No Data Behind

08
Jul
2014

Following a recent Massachusetts court ruling that a criminal suspect can be forced to decrypt his or her computer, concerned individuals may be looking for ways to safeguard their PC-based communications. Led by Australian IT security analyst Patrick Gray, Metasploit creator and Rapid7 Chief Research Officer HD Moore, Bangkok-based exploit broker The Grugq and Australian security researcher Richo Healey, Invisible.im is being developed for whistleblowers and media sources who wish to remain anonymous when communicating with the press or other organizations. This service differentiates itself from encrypted messaging service Heml.is, created by Peter Sunde of Pirate Bay infamy, which focuses on secure communication for mobile devices.

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