This looks really cool:https://crypto.cat/
Make certain to check out the video. That's a MUST~!
The short version is that it's open source secure chat software that works in a browser.
I found it here:http://www.activistp...e-app-developer.html
In yet another example of the ever growing reach of the American Homeland Security state, Cryptocat developer Nadim Kobeissi, who is Canadian, claims to have been detained on four separate occasions at the US/Canadian border by the Department of Homeland Security in the last three weeks.
While detention and harassment at the border by DHS is unfortunately nothing new, what is interesting is the major topic of Kobeissi’s interrogations. In this case, it was Kobeissi’s open source chat app, Cryptocat that seems to have raised the eyebrows of someone in the upper reaches of DHS.
Anyways... Do check out the video. The program looks pretty slick. Haven't tried it yet, but the video is cool enough to convince me to try it when/if I need it.
Me just being silly from here on in...
Oh, and let's trigger a few more with some help from our friendly word list (see thread here
Smart power Mexican cartel home grown power outage wildfire tremor-worm brute forcing cyber social media~!