PRLog - Dec. 4, 2012 - BADALONA, Spain -- PrivateMSG, a new free application for iPhone and Android mobile devices that allows to password-encrypt any text message to be sent by WhatsApp, SMS, email or iMessage among others.
Creators of the app aim to decrease the number of break-ups and divorces between couples, so they think that some divorces may be caused by infidelities discovered through mobile messages. However, they firstly thougth the application to be a secure method to send credit card numbers, passwords,...
If the receiver of the encrypted message doesn’t have the app installed, the message can be also decrypted directly in the official web of www.PrivateMsg.net.
The encryption tech used in the App is providing maximum privacy and securtiy, so the message can only be desencrypted by entering the password.
The App is using AES-256 encryption, the encryption type used by Julian Assange in WikiLeaks. This technology assures that only the password keeper is able to read the message.
PrivateMsg app is available on: