Millions of people exchange messages all over the world every day. However, how many people know what happens to a message once they send it? Is it being intercepted by any third-party users? In fact, we live in an age of internet surveillance and data logging. Agencies and organizations often want to access private communication; we have had instances of CIA hacking attempts and attempts by FBI to gain unauthorized access. Such events have raised concerns among users. Fortunately, to deal with the problem, there has been a rise in secure messaging apps. These apps focus on keeping your privacy intact by integrating features like end-to-end encryption, disappearing messaging, strong passwords and fingerprint.
CoverMe is a secure messaging app with end-to-end encryption to protect private messages from hackers and surveillance. End-to-end encryption (E2EE) is a system of communication where only the communicating users can read the messages. It prevents potential eavesdroppers – including telecom providers, Internet providers, and even the provider of the communication service – from being able to access the cryptographic keys needed to decrypt the conversation. All kinds of messages transferred though CoverMe, including text, photos, videos and other files, are highly encrypted. Except for encryption, it also allows self-destruct messages. The messages will be delete automatically from both devices after a set amount of time when being read.
CoverMe has strong access control. It is locked with passwords or fingerprint. What’s more, you can create decoy passwords for CoverMe. When others enter the decoy password to access CoverMe, they won’t see any of your private information. Most importantly, it can be disguised as another app. The app name and icon will both be changed. Prying eyes won’t notice that it is actual a messaging app. Even if they open the app, what they will see is just the mask app. Your messages are safe by yourself.