A peer-to-peer end-to-end encrypted messaging app. Implements the secure signal protocol for the end-to-end encryption of messages and PGP for identity verification and authentication. This approach not only protects against man-in-the-middle attacks but removes the need for in-person verification like with other E2E encryption apps (WhatsApp, Signal,...) where identity keypairs are generated on a per-device basis and each has to be verified manually in-person.
Learn more at https://habibrehman.com/work/ciphora
You are welcome to open pull requests to help implement the features still to do!
macOS 10.10+, Linux, and Windows 7+ are supported (64-bit only).
The AppImage needs to be made executable after download.
Needs the Ciphora Server as well (https://github.com/HR/ciphora-server/)
Clone the repos
$ git clone --recurse-submodules https://github.com/HR/ciphora.git $ git clone https://github.com/HR/ciphora-server.git
Install deps for both repos
For faster dev, run the bundler (webpack)
$ yarn run bundler
In a new tty, run the app
To test the app locally with another app, just run a second instance in a new tty
N.B. on macOS, you may be prompted to allow incoming connections everytime you run it. Unfortunately the only way to make that go away currently is to disable your firewall temporarily.
$ npm run release
After Travis finishes building your app, open the release draft it created and click "Publish".