Gives users information about their SIM card, notifications about renewals, remaining subscription time and VOIP time.
After a year of planning, coding and testing, EncroChat secure chat messages are now pushed to the user as soon as they are received by the messaging service. The sender initiates the data transfer rather than the recipient. Our former infrastructure was based on the more standard, but inefficient, pull model where receipients would constantly request any new information be sent. EncroChat now deploys numerous distributed server endpoints globally. These new push server endpoints contain no metadata or information of our subscribers. Our push infrastructure is designed to be more resistant to network interruptions and attacks so subscribers will have a noticeably more stable connection worldwide.
This product was added to our EncroChat suite to allow clients to transition their users from PGP to EncroChat secure instant messaging. Allows subscribers to carry a single device and move away from the stigma that a blackberry device creates out in public. Ours is the only Android PGP client that builds the private/public key pair locally on subscriber device and is compatible with PGP Universal server without using any RIM infrastructure; specifically, no Blackberry Enterprise Server (BES), no PGP Universal Server, and no Microsoft Exchange Server. None of our subscribers PGP messages go through the RIM infrastructure.
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