ChatCrypt: Let us Chat Secure
Just like most of you, I also really hate to be monitored by third parties when i am communicating with Friends/Colleagues on Internet. Now a days, there is no assurance that our online communications are not being monitored by prying eyes. Every day someone might be watching us about what we’re talking with others, what we’re going to do next, and furthermore our company financial discussions, future growth planning discussions etc. So what are you going to do to communicate securely? Well, here comes ChatCrypt.
What is ChatCrypt?
ChatCrypt is a web chat service that offers military grade secure communication. It encrypts the messages itself using the AES-256 algorithm in CTR mode with a secret password specified by the user. You or your recipient don’t have to install any extra software. All messages remains private and secure between the participants who joined a room with the same password.
ChatCrypt is very simple to use. Head over to http://www.chatcrypt.com/ website. This site will looks like below. Enter the name for the Chat Room, username and password. Finally click Secure Chat button to login to your chat room.
Now a new window will open and you will be redirected to a plain chat room. In the right side of the chat window, you can see the list of participants. In the bottom input the messages to communicate with participants. The sent messages will be shown in the main section.
In order to let someone to chat room, give them the exact chat room name and password that you use to login with same chat room. The participant can choose their own username, but the Chat room name and password should be same for all participant who want to join in the conversation.
A live conversation between me and my friend:
The only participants that are using the same password and chat room can read each other messages. The one who don’t know the password, can’t view the messages. More precisely, ChatCrypt holds the encrypted messages only temporarily i.e 10 seconds, so there is no real chance to retrieve even the ciphered texts.
Additionally, ChatCrypt also offers embed ChatCrypt option on websites using an HTML embed code. Copy and paste the following code on your website and get Secure Chat option.
Embed code:<iframe src=”http://www.chatcrypt.com/iframe.php” width=”468″ height=”60″ frameborder=”0″></iframe>
The chat option will look like below in your websites.
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