Slack has a lot of functions, but end-to-end encryption isn’t one of them, which makes the platform a no-go for some users. Launching to the public today, ClearChat comes along to save the day, serving the needs of the slightly more security-conscious teams, with chat, file transfer and more.
ClearChat describes its service as “a combination of Slack and Dropbox,” except with some heavy-duty encryption and security-first design decisions thrown in. The company’s services have been designed with full end-to-end encryption, which means that the company itself cannot decrypt its customers’ private data, should it, say, get hacked, or receive a particularly grumpy court order from the FBI, CIA, NSA or other TLA.
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