- Fix crash on Android 7 when recieving or sending a file share.
- Guard against unusable address book entries to prevent crashes.
- Guard against unusable address book entries to prevent crashes
- Added emoji support to chat
- Mark all messages as read in conversations list
- Chat with contact avatar and colored messages
- Multiline chats improved
- Added Android 7 compatibility
- Notifications and chat enhanced
- Fixed display bug in settings
- If a file is shared with multiple users this is shown
This article is about to discuss why we decided against full Forward Secrecy when designing the Drop Protocol.
Quite a lot has changed since we launched the first beta version. We are continuously working on improving our Qabel clients. Now we have reached the point where we need to change the basic data format of Qabel.
Everything for the migration and maintenance of your individual
configurations is prepared.
Since April 5th 2016 WhatsApp encrypts all messages sent by its one billion users completely end-to-end. Up to this point it worked only for communication between Android devices. Due to WhatsApp’s reach encryption became the branches standard, unfortunately though, the users exaltation is not shared by the US government…
For those of you who couldn't attend our Qabel release at the CeBIT and missed the lifestream as well, now you are able to watch the videos of both events:
SYNAXON Group has more than 2,550 independent partners and is the largest IT buying group in Europe with external sales of around 3 billion euros (information: company website).
After an initial interest in our crowdfunding campaign, SYNAXON and Qabel have established a partnership.
Qabel and Tutanota share one goal: Every piece of data has to be encrypted. By developing software that automatically encrypts all data end-to-end, we want to achieve that encryption becomes mainstream. This will enable us to put an end to the widely illegal mass surveillance online.
”We do it for your security,” say the states and secret services. Reassuring works to justify the rather homoeopathic results of mass surveillance measures. If they really prevented
terrorism and crime, then the PR departments for the respective agencies would surely know to start with that and would surely make high-profile use of the good news.
On Febuary 6th 2016 the popular Prototype Party took place in Hanover again. Many promising concepts and interesting prototypes have been presented to the audience. Of cource Qabel was right in the middle of it presenting its concept.
We took an important step further: The technical documentation as well as the specification of our platform has been published on GitHub.
The goal of the company is to make robust end-to-end encryption the standard. That requires as wide and rapid a distribution as is at all possible, as well as significant commission income, to develop the system. The business model is designed accordingly
After the tragic attacks on Charlie Hebdo at the beginning of this year, politicians around the world (mostly conservative) renewed their calls for banning effective systems for the encryption of communication on the Internet. More precisely: They want such communication to take place in such a way that government institutions can access the unencrypted data.
In the following an update, keeping you posted about Qabel GmbH's current activities.
Almost half a year has passed since we introduced the Qabel concept. Since that time we astonishingly have never sat back and took things easy, we rather worked hard and persistently. Hereafter, the current status.
Qabel at the MetaRheinMainConstructionDays 2014
On multiple requests, we officially make Qabel designs available for free usage. Do not show restraint to print them on t-shirts, posters, cat bed cases and so forth. Enjoy and many thanks for all your support!
We were very happy about the article on our project in the current issue of c't magazine. For the authors, Dr. Christoph Wegener and Dario Carluccio, some questions remained unsanswered. We would like to take this opportunity to go into further detail.
It has almost been three weeks since the publication of the concept Qabel. A lot has happened since then and a lot has been suggested to us – so it is time for an interim report.