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RocketChat - The ultimate open source web chat platform

  •    Coffeescript

Rocket.Chat is a Web Chat Server, developed in JavaScript, using the Meteor fullstack framework. It is a great solution for communities and companies wanting to privately host their own chat service or for developers looking forward to build and evolve their own chat platforms. Its features include File sharing, Video conferencing, Screen sharing, Live chat, Link preview and lot more.

Tox - The future of online communications.

  •    C

With the rise of government surveillance programs, Tox, a FOSS initiative, aims to be an easy to use, all-in-one communication platform that ensures full privacy and secure message delivery. Tox must use UDP simply because hole punching with TCP is not as reliable. However, Tox does use TCP relays as a fallback if it encounters a firewall that prevents UDP hole punching.

Themis - Crypto library for storage and messaging for ObjC, Android, C++, JS, Python, Ruby and PHP

  •    C

Themis is open-source high-level cryptographic services library for mobile and server platforms, providing secure messaging and secure data storage. Themis provides three important cryptographic services Secure messaging, Secure session and Secure storage.

Silence - SMS/MMS encryption made easy

  •    Java

Silence (formerly SMSSecure) is an SMS/MMS application that allows you to protect your privacy while communicating with friends.Using Silence, you can send SMS messages and share media or attachments with complete privacy. It communicates using encrypted SMS messages. No servers or internet connection required. It uses the Signal encryption protocol to provide privacy for every message, every time.




Telegram - Telegram for Android

  •    Java

Telegram is a messaging app with a focus on speed and security. It’s superfast, simple and free. This repo contains the official source code for Telegram App for Android. We welcome all developers to use our API and source code to create applications on our platform. There are several things we require from all developers for the moment.

Ricochet - Anonymous peer-to-peer instant messaging

  •    C++

Ricochet is an experimental kind of instant messaging that doesn't trust anyone with your identity, your contact list, or your communications. Ricochet is a peer-to-peer instant messaging system built on the Tor Network hidden services. Your login is your hidden service address, and contacts connect to you (not an intermediate server) through Tor. The rendezvous system makes it extremely hard for anyone to learn your identity from your address.

Ring - Universal communication platform which preserves the users privacy and freedoms

  •    Python

Ring is a free and universal communication platform which preserves the users' privacy and freedoms. It is a simple tool to connect, communicate and share. It has support of teleconference, easily join calls to create conferences with multiple participants. It helps to send text messeges during calls or out of calls (as long as your peer is connected).

Briar - Secure messaging, anywhere

  •    Java

Briar is a messaging app designed for activists, journalists, and anyone else who needs a safe, easy and robust way to communicate. Unlike traditional messaging tools such as email, Twitter or Telegram, Briar doesn't rely on a central server - messages are synchronized directly between the users' devices. If the Internet's down, Briar can sync via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi, keeping the information flowing in a crisis. If the Internet's up, Briar can sync via the Tor network, protecting users and their relationships from surveillance.


status.im - Build a Better Web with Status

  •    Javascript

This repo hosts the code for both status.im on the master branch (which builds and serves through gh-pages), and dev.status.im on the develop branch. There is an edit button on each page, which will take you directly to the document you need to edit on the develop branch. Please make sure that any changes you make are against develop. The idea is that we can merge recklessly to develop, then anyone see if the changes look OK on dev.status.im.