Currently no messaging platform allows you to change the rights to your messages after you hit send. DatChat Messenger with total privacy control for both individual and group messages is the first messenger that always gives y...
See More ou the option to erase or change how long your messages last on the other person’s phone. It doesn’t matter if you set your messages to last forever or automatically self-destruct, because at any time each sender can wipe them off the recipient’s phone or give them more time. Senders can choose to change the rights to a single message or destruct all of their messages at the same time. DatChat was founder by Darin Myman one of the pioneers of ephemeral email.
Biggest threat to our Privacy: While the media focuses on the potential for the government to invade our privacy, the real threat comes from what happen to our messages in our recipient’s hands and the potential embarrassment they might cause. Personal and business relationships are constantly evolving and DatChat provides a way to manage the digital rights to our messages. DatChat eliminates sender regret.
Messaging Rights Management Platform: Patent pending technology allows senders can set a message to last forever, or automatically self-destruct after a certain number of views. At any time a sender can wipe texts off a recipient’s phone or give the recipient more time to view the message.
“Nuke” a Conversation: Users can even opt to Nuke messages, which erases both sides of the conversation on both the sender and recipient’s devices.
Encryption: All DatChat messages are encrypted with AES256 for the message and RSA for the key to ensure your messages are only seen by you and your intended recipients. Each message is individually encrypted for the recipient and cannot be forwarded or saved. Additionally, all messages are sent and received via a SSL connection and can never be viewed by DatChat under any circumstance.
Screenshot Protection: DatChat’s Patent Pending protection mode makes it nearly impossible to screenshot a secret picture or message. Also, the sender receives notifications when someone attempts to screenshot protected or regular self-destructing messages.
Founded: January 01, 2015