Securely encrypt Google & Yahoo email, and Slack chats, with РrismCipher (v0.4 beta).
Okay, let’s get this straight—it’s nobody’s business what you say in an email or a chat. That’s between you and your audience. No government or service provider has an unqualified right (or need) to invade your private thoughts and record them for posterity.
Tired of having your Gmail analyzed just so Google can market you? Me too. Ever felt like sending encrypted email through Yahoo? Yes, I have. Have you wanted to exchange ideas with a colleague securely in Slack? You betcha.
You can do all this and more with PrismCipher, the cryptosystem inspired by No Such Agency.
PrismCipher runs locally in your browser. It can’t be defeated if a central server is hacked, or gets taken down, because there is no central server. As long as you can send email, you can use PrismCipher. As long as you can use Chrome, you can use PrismCipher. And as long as you use PrismCipher, your conversations are private. (We are developing this technology for other browsers, also.)
Remember: when the Internet gives you PRISM, just use PrismCipher!
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