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End to end encrypted messaging & voice/video chat in the browser

Subrosa is an end to end encrypted messaging, voice, and video chat app that runs in the browser. Subrosa supports group chats, desktop notifications, and much more without requiring a download. Encrypted user blobs are synchronized to Subrosa's servers, however Subrosa never has access to the keys required to decrypt the blob or messages.



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26 June 2021



Leaders and contributors

Nelja Lead developer

Resources and communication

AudienceResource typeURI
Python (Ref)
VCS Repository Webview
Bug Tracking

Software prerequisites


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