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Data Privacy Day: Own Your Privacy with Private Chat Apps

January 28th is Data Privacy Day, and privacy experts from all fields are sharing their insights. Our specialty at SKY ECC—since we have the world’s most secure messaging platform—is protecting not just your messages, but all the data you exchange during conversations. Private chats this Data Privacy Day This article summarizes what private chat apps … Read more

SKY ECC App Security Features Make it the Most Secure Phone

SKY ECC was built assuming that everything involved with the phone’s security was compromised and that we must secure them—no assumptions were allowed. This was done to offer complete security if an already secured system failed. Click to learn about: Secure Environment checks Brute force protections Metadata and header encryption Push notification obfuscation Chat and … Read more

Billions Of Devices Vulnerable To SIMjacking—But Not Ours

Putting remotely executable apps on SIM cards seemed like a good idea at the time Last week we learned about a truly horrifying exploit known as SIMjacking can track your location without you knowing it via a stealthy text message that you’d likely never see in your messages—and that’s just the not-so-bad part. It only … Read more

Why You Need End-To-End Encryption For Secure Messaging Right Now

With increasing threats from hackers and state-sponsored surveillance, people want to know how to protect their online privacy and security. Each breach and hack raises the issue, but the answers are illusive to most people. Many people think the builders of their favourite apps are protecting them—but they aren’t. Often the apps we rely on … Read more

WhatsApp Encryption Protects Messages, But Not Your Privacy

And the messages aren’t even that well protected… WhatsApp is one of the most popular apps in the world. Millions and millions of people rely on the WhatsApp encryption protocol to stay in touch and connected with friends, family, and coworkers. While all chats have been end-to-end encrypted by default since 2016, this doesn’t mean … Read more