Ciphr believes in secure and private communications. Digital privacy is your right. Our apps are user-friendly, but security is our priority. We go above and beyond to provide more than just end-to-end encryption.
Ciphr uses Post-Quantum Encryption (PQ-ECC), Composite Key Brute-Force Protection, Argon 2 SALT Hashing, and many more security protocols to provide multiple layers of protection. These features go beyond the basics of end-to-end encryption with stronger encryption protocols, protection for data at rest, and a secure communication infrastructure. End-to-end encryption by itself is no longer enough to ensure data security.
Ciphr Text and Ciphr Lite are Post-Quantum (PQ-ECC) protected. PQ-ECC is used to encrypt each message with a Post-Quantum (PQ) key in addition to the strongest Elliptical Curve Cryptography (ECC) and key exchanges. PQ-ECC provides the most robust defense against the attacks of today and the next-generation of cryptanalytic attacks that quantum computers will enable.
No. Ciphr does not and cannot have access to your data. Only you and your intended recipients will be able to see your messages, emails, stored data, and access calls.
Ciphr does not have a backdoor to your data. All encryption keys are stored on your device, not on Ciphr servers to restore confidence in the privacy and security of your communications.
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