Projects / Discretio


Discretio is an application (and service) for secure VoIP on smartphones. It allows users to establish calls over the Internet while using state of the art encryption technologies to avoid eavesdropping.

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Recent releases

  •  09 Sep 2013 10:32

    Release Notes: A filter feature for encrypted calls was added. If a call with Discretio fails, you can fall back to GSM. SMS and email invitations for downloading Discretio can now be sent. A new GUI was included. Incoming Discretio calls can now automatically unlock the phone. The registration interval was shortened to 10 min, and some connections bugs were fixed. Call establishment is now faster. Certificates are now validated by the client application. A SKI display option was added. A Bluetooth headset option for encrypted calls was added (though the Bluetooth connection is not secured). Various bugs were fixed.

    •  22 Jan 2013 22:21

      Release Notes: This release disables KeyGuard on Android 4.X and uses to avoid problems on Android 2.3.X devices.

      •  17 Jan 2013 18:03

        Release Notes: An exit button has been added. This release can synchronize with recent versions of libphonenumber, and erases in-memory password values. It fixes a crash on arm7l CPUs without neon (Motorola Atrix).

        •  09 Jan 2013 11:53

          Release Notes: This release fixes the registration process.

          •  26 Dec 2012 15:19

            Release Notes: This is the initial public beta to shake out the server infrastructure and present client code for public scrutiny.


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