New end to end encrypted IM/VOIP web app focused on ease of use

Troy Benjegerdes hozer at
Tue Aug 19 18:20:17 PDT 2014

On Tue, Aug 19, 2014 at 11:35:18PM +0200, rysiek wrote:
> Well,
> not trying to be a wet blanket, but why use Subrosa, when RetroShare does 
> almost all of that (sans group video conferences), and does not require a 
> single server, at all?
> If RS was able to get crypto right and in a completely decentralised manner, 
> why go back to client-server architecture, with all it's potential single 
> points of failure?

Deployment. Since there is no AGPLv3 hardware that contains all the tools 
required to design (and validate no trojan circuits), we might as well just
use client-server from groups that we have some confidence in their motives,
or at least that write good code.

How do I get Retroshare on my phone? (okay, bad question, because Qualcomm
has my keys), but if I want my friends to use it, It needs to work on 

Troy Benjegerdes                 'da hozer'                  hozer at
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