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.1st True E2EE Group Chat in the World
.PGP Instant Group Messaging Encryption (openpgp)
.PGP File Transfer Encrytion (openpgp)
.End-to-End Encryption Messages and Files (e2ee)
.TOR Onion Server Network (server hidden)
.TLS (client/server) Encryption Connection (tls_chacha20_poly1305_sha256)
.Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ecc)
.PGP Key Passphrase (4096 bits)
.BrainPool Elliptic Curve Cryptography Family 512 bits (brainpoolP512r1)
.No logs, no db (memory only), no tracking, no history, no ads or analytics (100% privacy)
.No registration or personal information required (100% free)
.Don't need create/upload/manage PGP keys, the app take care of everything (100% easy)
.AI Artificial Intelligence ChatGPT-4 and DALL-E-3 Embbeded (OpenAI)
.PGP Keys, Certificates and Passwords Saved in Memory Only (no disk)
.Hacker News Feed (Slashdot)
.Random Nickname Generator (faker)

PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) Instant Group Messaging Encryption is a method that uses the OpenPGP standard for securing group communication over instant messaging services. OpenPGP is an open and non-proprietary protocol based on the PGP software, which provides cryptographic privacy and authentication through the use of keys owned by each user. In group messaging, this would mean that each message sent within the group is encrypted with a unique session key, and only members of the group who possess the corresponding private keys can decrypt and read the messages. This ensures that the contents of the communication remain private among the group members, and cannot be read by outsiders or the service provider.

We doesn't just protect your browsing traffic, we also protect your DNS queries. By routing your DNS queries through the encrypted tunnel and not relying on third-party DNS providers, we ensure that your browsing activity cannot be exposed by leaks from DNS queries.

PGP File Transfer Encryption using the OpenPGP standard is a secure method for encrypting files that are being transferred between systems. This method utilizes public-key cryptography, where a user has a public key, which can be shared with anyone, and a private key, which is kept secret. When a file is encrypted using the recipient's public key, it can only be decrypted by the recipient's private key. This ensures that the file remains confidential during transfer, and only the intended recipient can access the content. The encryption protects against interception and unauthorized access during the file's transit over insecure networks such as the internet. OpenPGP is widely used for securing email communication, but it can be applied to file transfers as well, providing a high level of security for sensitive data.

End-to-end encryption (E2EE) for messages and files ensures that data is transmitted securely from one endpoint to another, making it unreadable to anyone except the sender and the intended recipient. When a message or file is sent, it is encrypted before leaving the sender's device. The encrypted data travels through various intermediaries like servers and networks, remaining encrypted the entire time, until it reaches the recipient's device, where it is decrypted for reading or use. This encryption method uses cryptographic keys that are only in possession of the sender and recipient, ensuring the privacy and security of the data. E2EE is commonly used in messaging apps, email communication, and file transfer services to protect sensitive information from eavesdroppers, hackers, and even the service providers themselves.

The Tor network, known for its strong privacy features, can also host chat servers that operate through its hidden service protocol. These servers are often referred to as "onion services" because their addresses end with ".onion" and they are accessible only through the Tor browser. An onion server for chat is configured to be part of the Tor network in such a way that its information — including its physical location and IP address — is hidden, providing anonymity to both the server operators and its users. Communications to and from the onion chat server are routed through the Tor network, with layers of encryption at every node in the network, much like the layers of an onion, which is where the network gets its name. This setup provides a high degree of privacy and security for users who want to communicate in a way that is resistant to surveillance and censorship.

TLS 1.3 is the latest version of the Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol, which is used to encrypt data sent over the internet to ensure a secure connection between a client and a server. TLS 1.3 has made several improvements over its predecessors, including reducing the number of round-trips required to establish a connection, thereby speeding up the handshake process, and discontinuing outdated cryptographic algorithms to enhance security. The reference to "TLS ChaCha20 Poly1305 SHA256" specifies a cipher suite, which is a combination of encryption, key exchange, and hash algorithms used to secure a network connection. In this case:
- ChaCha20 is an encryption algorithm that provides confidentiality.
- Poly1305 is used for message authentication, ensuring the integrity and authenticity of the data.
- SHA256 is a cryptographic hash function in the Secure Hash Algorithm 2 (SHA-2) family, used for additional data integrity checks.
- TLS 1.3 with ChaCha20-Poly1305-SHA256 is thus a configuration that uses these specific algorithms to secure data transmissions, offering a high level of security and performance, particularly on devices that do not have hardware acceleration for other algorithms like AES.

Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) is a form of public-key cryptography based on the algebraic structure of elliptic curves over finite fields. ECC allows for smaller keys compared to non-ECC cryptography (like RSA) while providing equivalent security. It operates by using points on an elliptic curve and the mathematics behind their addition to generate public and private keys. In practical terms, ECC is widely used in various applications like SSL/TLS for secure web browsing, cryptocurrency wallets, and secure email. It offers a higher strength-per-bit than classical systems, meaning that it can achieve similar levels of security with much smaller key sizes, leading to faster computations, lower power consumption, and reduced storage requirements.

A PGP key passphrase is a form of password protection used to secure private PGP keys. When you generate a PGP key pair (which consists of a public key and a private key), you have the option to protect the private key with a passphrase. This passphrase must be entered by the user whenever the private key is used to decrypt data or sign messages. A 4096-bit key refers to the length of the key and is a measure of the security it provides; longer keys are harder to crack. A 4096-bit key is considered very secure by modern standards. The passphrase adds an extra layer of security in case the private key file itself is somehow compromised. Without the passphrase, the private key file is useless.

The Brainpool Elliptic Curve Cryptography family is a set of elliptic curve domains, which are standardized for use in cryptographic applications. The BrainpoolP512r1 curve is one of these standardized curves, with a bit length of 512 bits. This particular curve provides a very high level of security and is intended for environments requiring strong protection. The 'r1' in 'BrainpoolP512r1' denotes that it is a "random" curve, meaning the parameters were chosen in a verifiably random and transparent manner to avoid any hidden weaknesses. The use of such curves is common in secure communication protocols and systems that require robust defense against potential cryptographic attacks.

"No registration or personal information required (100% free)" indicates that a service or application can be used without creating an account or providing any personal details like your name, email address, or phone number. It means that the service is accessible immediately upon use, with no barriers to entry or requirements to submit personal data. Additionally, "100% free" suggests that there are no costs associated with using the service—no fees, subscriptions, or payments required at any point. This model is often used by services that want to promote privacy and ease of access.

In an application that automates the creation and management of PGP keys with a "100% easy" approach, the user is spared from the technical complexities typically involved. Here's the simplified process:
- Automated Key Generation: When a user starts the app for the first time, it automatically generates a PGP key pair (private and public key) in the background without user intervention.
- Seamless Key Distribution: The app might automatically share the public key with other users or a central repository, making it available for others to use for encryption.
- Transparent Encryption/Decryption: Whenever the user receives or sends a message, the app automatically encrypts or decrypts the content using the appropriate private or public key.
- Key Management: The app handles all aspects of key management, such as key expiration, revocation, and storage, typically using secure elements in the user's device.
- No Manual Uploads: The user does not need to manually upload keys to servers or exchange them with others, as the app takes care of these processes.
By removing the need for manual key handling, such applications make the use of PGP encryption accessible to a wider audience without the need for technical knowledge of cryptography.

In an application that automates the creation and management of PGP keys with a "100% easy" approach, the user is spared from the technical complexities typically involved. Here's the simplified process:
- Automated Key Generation: When a user starts the app for the first time, it automatically generates a PGP key pair (private and public key) in the background without user intervention.
- Seamless Key Distribution: The app might automatically share the public key with other users or a central repository, making it available for others to use for encryption.
- Transparent Encryption/Decryption: Whenever the user receives or sends a message, the app automatically encrypts or decrypts the content using the appropriate private or public key.
- Key Management: The app handles all aspects of key management, such as key expiration, revocation, and storage, typically using secure elements in the user's device.
- No Manual Uploads: The user does not need to manually upload keys to servers or exchange them with others, as the app takes care of these processes.
By removing the need for manual key handling, such applications make the use of PGP encryption accessible to a wider audience without the need for technical knowledge of cryptography.

HACKER<#4+! Messenger is designed to be compatible with a wide range of operating systems, including Windows, Linux, OpenBSD, FreeBSD, Android, macOS, iOS, and even legacy systems like MS-DOS.

OpenAI's ChatGPT-4, when embedded in a chat interface like an internet messenger or a platform like HACKER<#4+!, can serve various functions. Here's a rundown of how you might use it:
- Conversation and Interaction: You can interact with ChatGPT-4 in a conversational manner, asking questions, seeking advice, or simply chatting. The AI is designed to respond in a human-like way, making the interaction engaging.
- Information Retrieval: ChatGPT-4 can help you find and summarize information from a vast knowledge base it was trained on, up to its last update in April 2023. You can ask it for explanations on a wide range of topics.
- Problem-Solving: If you encounter issues or need to troubleshoot something, the AI can provide step-by-step guidance based on best practices and its understanding of common solutions.
- Learning and Education: The AI can assist with learning new concepts, explaining difficult subjects, or providing examples and analogies to help you understand complex topics.
- Entertainment: It can generate stories, jokes, or even come up with games to play, providing entertainment and a way to pass the time.
- Programming Help: For platforms like HACKER<#4+!, where many users may be programmers, ChatGPT-4 can offer coding assistance, debug code snippets, or discuss programming concepts.
- Creative Assistance: The AI can help generate ideas, write creative content, or provide feedback on written work.
- Language Translation: It can translate between languages, making communication easier on international platforms.
- Accessibility: ChatGPT-4 can make technology more accessible by offering an intuitive conversational interface that may be easier for some users than traditional UI elements.
By integrating ChatGPT-4 into a chat platform, users gain a versatile tool that can enhance their online experience in many ways, from improving productivity to simply having a fun conversation.

Integrating OpenAI's DALL-E 3 into a chat platform like HACKER<#4+! could significantly enhance the user experience by providing the ability to create complex images from textual descriptions directly within the chat interface. Here's how it could be used:
- Visual Aid: Users can generate images to aid in explanations, whether they're discussing concepts, demonstrating ideas, or sharing creative thoughts that are easier conveyed through visuals.
- Custom Emojis and Stickers: DALL-E 3 could create personalized emojis or stickers on the fly, allowing for a more expressive and unique chatting experience.
- Educational Illustrations: When explaining educational content, DALL-E 3 can provide illustrations to accompany explanations of difficult concepts, making learning more interactive and engaging.
- Creative Collaboration: For discussions that involve design, art, or creativity, users can collaborate in real-time, using images generated by DALL-E 3 to visualize concepts or iterations of creative projects.
- Debugging Assistance: In tech-related chats, users can describe a problem and use DALL-E 3 to generate an image of what they think is happening, which can help in diagnosing issues or explaining them to others for assistance.
- Enhanced Storytelling: When sharing stories or creating narratives, DALL-E 3 can be used to create visual scenes, characters, and settings, enriching the storytelling experience.
- Prototyping: For discussions around product design or development, DALL-E 3 can quickly generate visual prototypes based on descriptive inputs, facilitating brainstorming and iteration.
- Memes and Humor: Users can create memes or humorous images in real-time, adding a layer of entertainment and fun to the conversations.
- Language Learning: In language learning contexts, visual aids can be incredibly helpful, and DALL-E 3 can provide images that help explain the meaning of words or phrases in different languages.
By embedding an AI-powered image generation tool like DALL-E 3 into a messaging platform, users are empowered to enhance their communication with visual content, making interactions more vibrant and multifaceted. It can foster a more immersive and engaging chat experience, blending the richness of visual content with the convenience of text-based messaging.

Why choose our HACKER<#4+! Messenger

Explore why HACKER<#4+! is a simple, powerful and secure internet messenger.

Security

Revolutionizing the standards of digital communication, our platform harnesses the robust and open-source PGP to provide unmatched end-to-end encryption.

Privacy

This ironclad security ensures absolute confidentiality: your messages remain inscrutable to us, impervious to eavesdroppers, and inaccessible to any other prying eyes.

Freedom

With us, freedom privacy isn't a feature you turn on. Unwavering, relentless privacy protection is embedded into every message, every call, every moment you connect through our service.

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Fell Free

We believe privacy and security are fundamental human rights, Unlike other CHAT's, there are no catches. We don't serve ads or secretly sell your message history. We don't have any access to any talks/chats/files. 1st 100% E2EE!

Easy to Use

The best security tools in the world will only protect you if used correctly and consistently. We have extensively simplified all the encryption process to make it 100% transparent – so you can text and share files with no technical knowledge about encrypted.

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A 10 Gbps server network combined with our unique suite of algorithm improve speeds by a lot. The advanced network TCP flow control algorithm we utilize provides unparalleled performance and connection stability.

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Hide your IP address

Online trackers use your IP address to deliver personalized ads to you. Using HACKER CHAT you can remain private and avoid having advertisers monitor your online activity.


Hide your messages activity from your ISP

Your internet service provider knows your device’s IP address and can monitor your browsing activity. When you use a VPN, your ISP can only see the IP address of the VPN server you are connected to, letting you browse privately and securely.


Strong encryption standards

Our VPN uses strong encryption to protect against two common IP leak vectors: DNS and IPv6 leaks. Your IP address will never be visible on the internet when you are connected to our VPN servers.

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