[Cryptography] Best/simplest document encryption

Ismail Kizir ikizir at gmail.com
Sun Mar 24 15:00:10 EDT 2019

On Fri, Mar 22, 2019 at 12:11 AM Henry Baker <hbaker1 at pipeline.com> wrote:
> Hi all:
> Here's the most basic crypto question of all:
> What is the best (most secure & easiest to
> use) system for *non-crypto* people to use
> who have different platforms?

Hello Henry,

I am actually writing the frontend / backend code for Hohha Messenger.
It completely conforms to Hohha Whitepaper i've previously published in :
Frontend runs anywhere javascript runs. (javascript for
communication&screen logic, C -> webassembly for encryption).
I separated screen logic from encryption&communication logic . (It's
easy to write chatbots with node.js on any platform)
I want the frontend to be completely open source. But I still couldn't
figure out how to make commercial profit with it.(I have some ideas,
but for the moment i concentrate only on messaging system. Not
commercial part / ads etc.)
I designed the frontend to work solely with my backend. A special protocol.
The backend is extremely scalable. Written in C.
Backend purpose is just mailboxing&signalling.It forwards packets to
receiver as soon as he/she is online.
Users may be completely anonymous. No e-mail or phone number is
required IF user wants to be completely anonymous.
I am still coding. It's 90% completed on both backend & frontend.
And I am looking for business partners/investors from all around the world.
Because of its distributed nature, some people may operate a Startup
in USA for clients from USA, with servers residing in USA, others in
France, others in Turkey etc. But all users from different countries
will communicate to each other as a single entity.
I can also customize it for different needs, for other commercial purposes.
It will be ready for production until 15 May. Meanwhile, I am open for
different types of collaborations.
I will be glad if we can find a common ground for collaboration/partnership.

Ismail Kizir

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