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h2H Messenger

h2H Messenger is a secure messenger client that uses PHP OpenSSL functions, mcrypt, and PHPSecLib to encrypt messages at-rest using RSA keys. The user only creates an account and the application handles the public key generation, key management, key exchange, and encryption and decryption of messages. There are no algorithms or key sizes to choose. It uses strong standards (AES 256, 4096 bit RSA Keys, SHA1, SHA512, etc.) in the background, and requires two-factor authentication using a code sent via SMS or using Asterisk.

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Recent releases

  •  28 May 2013 01:28

    Release Notes: Support for verifying the certificate fingerprint of a user you are communicating with, and an option to not require two-factor authentication for internal use only or for those that can't readily support two-factor authentication.

    •  25 Aug 2012 21:46

      Release Notes: This release removes the PhpSec library and replaces it with Enrico Zimuel's encrypted PHP Session class. It only does one task and does it well.

      •  24 Aug 2012 02:50

        Release Notes: This is an initial alpha release.


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