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    How to Secure your Chats (Yahoo, MSN , Gtalk )

    It is rather common for workplaces to monitor instant messaging traffic, and savvy individuals could do it by intercepting, say, your Wi-Fi signal in your house or a public wireless hotspot. If you’re discussing sensitive material via IM, you might want to consider encrypting your IM traffic.

    Secure Chat

    Check this post : Is Yahoo Chat Safe ?

    The good news is that encryption is available for virtually every IM platform. I have listed a few softwares that will help us secures our IM Environments


    SimpPro secures popular instant messengers (MSN Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger, ICQ, AIM, Jabber, Google Talk ) by encrypting text messages and file transfers. SimpPro is the commercial version of SimpLite

    SimpPro Features:

    • Encrypts IM text messages before they leave your computer
    • Protects MSN Messenger and ICQ/AIM file transfers
    • Personal, small business and corporate use
    • Full compatibility with popular IM networks, clients and with SimpLite

    Know more about SimpPro


    Its the free MSN Messenger encryption solution and it encrypts messages before they leave your computer to the Internet. SimpLite-MSN prevents eavesdroppers from reading your MSN Messenger conversations. As the original successor of Simp 1.0, SimpLite-MSN benefits from state of the art algorithms to secure your messages, whilst maintaining an intuitive interface.

    SimpLite-MSN is free for personal use at home or at the office. However, only one product from the SimpLite family can be launched at the same time on your computer.

    Know more about SimpLite

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    1. Jostmon says:

      I just put up an interactive encryption site called encryptiAn (my name links to that site). I created it for myself to be able to store my private data in Google notebook but then I thought that it has a lot of other uses including: encrypted emails, encrypted public chats, encrypted diaries, encrypted social site comments, etc. Of course gmail already has encryption option but it can still be read at the user’s computer. This method could keep the prying eyes completely away. Also, can you see other peoples reaction if two people use encrypted strings to chat in a public chatroom? Check it out.

    2. Nihar says:

      @Jostmon, Thanks. I will definitely check this out.

    3. Buy PSP Go says:

      Thanks for these. I’ve been looking into a more secure way of contacting people and the only think I can up with was using a private VPN and Skype.

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