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.
released on 23 October 2014
This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 3 April 2018.
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