SafeUM useful features to help you feel safe: ENCRYPTED GROUP CHAT
One of the major features we introduced in SafeUM messenger is encrypted group chat. Sometimes you need to discuss a serious issue with several people and it is to be private. Use an encrypted group chat.Read more
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Call your friends in any country of the world, talk to them and…make sure that the voice quality is very high.Read more
Hundreds of thousands of Deutsche Telekom customers in Germany were hit on Sunday by network outages and a company executive blamed the disruptions on a failed hacking attempt to hijack consumer router devices for a wider internet attack.
Deutsche Telekom said as many as 900,000, or about 4.5 percent of its 20 million fixed-line customers, suffered internet outages starting on Sunday and continuing into Monday, when the number of affected users began to decline sharply. Deutsche Telekom's head of IT Security told that the outages appeared to be tied to a botched attempt to turn a sizeable number of customers' routers into a part of the Mirai botnet.Read more
Hackers are spreading the Chthonic banking trojan via legitimate-looking PayPal emails, security outfit Proofpoint has warned. The emails are 'authentic' and don't trigger antivirus warnings because they come via PayPal from accounts that appear to be legitimate.
"The sender does not appear to be faked. Instead the spam is generated by registering with PayPal and then using the portal to request money," said Proofpoint in a security advisory. The attackers take advantage of a feature that allows users to include notes when sending money request messages. One sample picked up by Proofpoint showed that Gmail failed to block the email since it appeared to be legitimate.Read more
Researchers have come across a new banking Trojan that appears to borrow code from the notorious Zeus. Dubbed Panda Banker, the threat was discovered in February by Fox IT and later analyzed in detail by experts at Proofpoint.
According to Proofpoint, cybercriminals have used both spear-phishing emails and exploit kits to deliver the Trojan. In one spear-phishing campaign observed on March 10, attackers sent an email containing a malicious document to people working in mass media and manufacturing organizations. When recipients opened the document, Panda Banker was downloaded from a remote server.Read more
Although we always respond to each user personally, here is the answer for everyone: "Yes, you personally may now forget the phrase "it's not a phone conversation": all your voice and video calls are encrypted in such a way that neither mobile operators, nor internet providers, nor public Wi-Fi networks, nor SafeUM developers, nor anybody else can decrypt your conversations and chats.”Read more
Windows Phone users are joining SafeUM testers team today! Testing of Android and iOS versions is very successful and we want to thank YOU, our users! SafeUM Team is very often asked If there'll be a Windows Phone version of SafeUM. Now we are ready to announce its beta testing.
To participate in testing, you have to leave an application on our site or our official Facebook page. All people, who applied, will get a detailed instruction. We are looking forward to your suggestions, comments and reviews about SafeUM. Authors of the most constructive feedback will get free Premium subscription for a year.Read more
Encrypted messenger SafeUM is a truly secure app. We developed several encryption schemes and algorithms that provide high cryptographic security level. When you first log in the app, you can generate Public and Private encryption keys based on the Passphrase.
A passphrase is a set of words or symbols known only to you. A passphrase is never transmitted to our servers and is not stored on the device. Be sure to remember your Passphrase, otherwise, you will never be able to get access to the history of your encrypted chat. Only the copy of your Public key is stored on our servers.Read more
Researchers have uncovered a new variant of the infamous Zeus Trojan. It’s called Chthonic, a reference to spirits and deities from the underworld in Greek mythology, and it’s targeting 150 banks and 20 payment systems in 15 countries.
Zeus, as its name suggests, is the king of banking malware. It first emerged in 2007 and has been wreaking havoc on online bank accounts ever since. In 2011, its developers threw in the towel and posted its source code for all to see. It may seem as though this would be the end for Zeus, but, in fact, the opposite is true.Read more
US and UK intelligence services have secret access points for German telecom companies’ internal networks, Der Spiegel reports, citing slides created in the NSA’s Treasure Map program used to get near-real-time visualization of the global internet.
The latest scandal continues to evolve around the US’ NSA and the British GCHQ, both of which appear to be able to eavesdrop on German giants such as Deutsche Telekom, Netcologne, Stellar, Cetel and IABG network operators, according to Der Spiegel’s report based on material disclosed by Edward Snowden.Read more