A bevy of secure messaging options exist to serve the needs of whistleblowers, journalists, and those wanting greater privacy in general, and among them Signal has become one of the most trusted. It even comes baked in with "disappearing" messages that users can set to self-destruct anywhere from five seconds to one week after they're checked.
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Confide, the (supposedly) secure messaging app reportedly favoured by Trump White House staffers, has had a rocky few months trying to counter allegations that its app isn't so secure. A new lawsuit filed this week in US federal court is sure to further those headaches, alleging the app isn't as good at protecting its users' identities and messages as it claims to be.
A few weeks ago, resilient DC journalists reported that fearful White House officials were using a private messaging app to communicate with each other in the Trump administration. We're now reading reports that the secure app in question is Confide. And you know what? It's actually a very slick app.