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The Encrochat phone was totally not secure, from the very beginning.
Remember one thing: as long as your device is using the cellular network,
you are completely exposed. Encrochat used cellular communications.
Make no mistakes about it, as long as you buy a subscription to a secure communication service and this service is provided through a server, you are totally exposed.
Encrochat used servers as you know, those have been hacked!
Remember this: who is creating your encryption keys? Encrochat did!
This is the real issue: why you have to trust a third party in order to create your encryption keys?
They can give it to whoever they want, their workers can access the encryption keys whenever
they want...this is not a safe way to handle your confidential communications.
Take into consideration that whoever creates your encryption keys,
they are also managing your keys.
This is what Encrochat did.
Their customers just blindly trusted them for creating their encryption keys
and managing them! Totally unbelievable.
And by the way, did you know that the entire “encrypted” information on Encrochat phones,
was easy to extract with different extremely simple forensic software solutions.
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The DigitalBank Encryption Systems are working totally offline, without servers,
the user is creating the encryption keys, we as a company doesn’t have
any connections to the encryption systems.
We do not hold any encryption keys, and encryption keys are never stored on our devices.
You cannot retrieve any type of data or information
from the DigitalBank Vault Encryption Devices,
no matter what digital forensic tools you will use.
Encrochat was based on a totally unsecured technology.
They sold a lot of devices because the buyers received guarantees
about the confidentiality of the phone and promised false security.