TMCNet:  Unsene Unveils the First Private and Secure Web Chat and Messaging Service

[July 15, 2013]

Unsene Unveils the First Private and Secure Web Chat and Messaging Service

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, Jul 15, 2013 (Marketwired via COMTEX) -- Unsene, Inc., the developer of the first free, web-based encrypted communications platform, announces the start of its Indiegogo crowdsourced launch. Unsene offers encrypted chat, voice and video calls, and file sharing. Unsene is using this approach to fund and develop its business, without major corporate or venture financing.


The company believes this to be the best way to fund and launch this security and communications app that puts the privacy of consumers, journalists, and small businesses first. You can participate in its indiegogo launch at http://igg.me/at/unsene.

Designed to offer a higher level of security than existing communication apps on the market, Unsene provides 256-bit AES encryption by default and will offer up to 4096-bit encryption in their premium version.

Over the years, people's personal rights, privacy, and freedom have slowly been eroding. And now, especially with the recent revelations about the NSA, personal privacy and security are at the forefront of people's minds.

Have you ever wondered what would happen if suddenly people everywhere in the world could communicate securely without being monitored and could get uncensored information? The answer is Unsene: It is the first free, encrypted, web-based, desktop, and mobile service for messaging, voice and video calls, and file sharing.

Features and benefits of Unsene that protect your privacy include: -- Secure: Military-grade security protects your private messages and photos -- Peer-to-peer (P2P) on desktop version -- Works everywhere: Web-based, desktop, and mobile -- Free: Unlimited, free message to anyone, even if they aren't on Unsene yet -- Easy: Works just like web mail. Nothing to install unless you want to -- Unlimited sharing: Unlimited free photo and file sharing -- And more coming soon: For example, self-destructing messages The differences that make the difference: -- Nothing to install, unless you want a desktop or mobile version -- HD video calls from your web-browser -- Only you have the key; Unsene doesn't keep it -- No log files on calls. Everything is purged within 7 days -- Messages purged after 7 days (unless you want to keep them) -- Not part of NSA's PRISM program -- It will be virtually unblockable on the peer-to-peer desktop version Privacy around the world has increasingly become more and more critical and yet so compromised. Turning on the news, we hear more and more about the encroachment on our freedom, be it internet censorship or the shutdown of the Internet. The world needs privacy, needs security, needs freedom. There needs to be a communications method, a platform, a vision, to do that. It is called Unsene. Learn more and support Unsene's indiegogo's: http://igg.me/at/unsene.

About Unsene, Inc.

Based in San Francisco, Unsene has a team of over 20 developers who have worked for the past year to create a secure and private communications platform. Beginning with web chat, beta desktop clients and mobile apps will be released soon.

For more information on the launch: Indiegogo campaign: http://igg.me/at/unsene Launch video: http://vimeo.com/unsene/intro Homepage: https://unsene.com Blog: http://unsene.com/blog/ Contact: Chris Kitze CEO 775-750-2009 Email Contact SOURCE: Unsene, Inc.

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