January 12, 2007

ScatterChat is a secure instant messaging client designed for non-technical users who require secure and anonymous communications. Typical end-users include human rights and democracy advocates operating in hostile territory. ScatterChat is also a valuable tool for anyone requiring secure communications.

It is based upon the Gaim software, provides end-to-end encryption, integrated onion-routing with Tor, secure file transfers, and easy-to-read documentation.

ScatterChat's security features include resiliency against partial compromise, immunity from replay attacks, and limited resistance to traffic analysis... all reinforced through a pro-actively secure design.

ScatterChat allows you to set up a secure channel with another ScatterChat user so that encrypted messages can be exchanged. It also verifies that you are indeed talking to the person you think you are, and not an impostor.

ScatterChat supports following IM protocols: AIM, MSN, ICQ, IRC, Yahoo!, Gadu-Gadu, Groupwise, Jabber, Napster, SILC, Zephyr

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