Like privacy? Secure your calls with the ultimate in privacy and security with Secur Data Voice

Secur Data provides end-to-end encrypted telephone calls, securing your conversations so that absolutely nobody can ever listen in.
 

  • Secur Data Voice allows you to contact users by their username or Secur Data Number
  • Custom built dialer and encryption applications for use on all mobile devices and desktop computers
  • Secur Data Voice allows the option to receive unencrypted calls via the PSTN
  • Secur Data Voice calls are encrypted end-to-end with the highest security, but does not function any differently than a normal call
  • Uses wifi or data (3G, 4G, HSPA, etc), not your carriers billed airtime voice minutes.
SDV

 
Secur Data Voice allows true Device-to-Device encrypted security.
We designed the Secur Data Voice network to be absolutely secure private and anonymous.
It is not possible for anyone to listen in, no one but you and the other party you are calling, not even us or our staff.
Our custom-built servers, networks, and software were built and designed by our expert team.

Features

  • Each user will receive a special Private and PGP Encrypted email address, which can be used for our other services such as Secur Data Chat
  • Each account can support multiple phone numbers simultaneously
  • Each compatible device can support multiple accounts simultaneously
  • Customers can chose a specific area code, and in some instances can customize their phone number if so desired
  • We require no information about you what so ever
  • Customers can purchase external calling plans for receiving calls from users outside the Secur Data Network
How it works

 
Basically SDV makes an automatic key exchange between peers that support such encryption protocol and secure the voice communication channel. In this way it provides the users the ability to verify that there is no man in the middle, by verbally comparing two strings. The two strings will be displayed on the caller phone and the called phone, and they have to be exactly the same.
The strings, that the caller and the called must compare to verify that the communication line is secure, are called Short Authentication Strings (SAS) and come from the PGP Word List (a list of words for conveying data bytes in a clear unambiguous way via a voice channel).

For usability purpose, the SAS can be verified only once, then each party can mark the other as “trusted”. In this way the parties do not have to verify the SAS in every calls. This great feature is provided by the key continuity feature of SDV.

Call Quality

Give us a free trial today and you be the judge!

Compatible Devices

  • Android
  • iOS
  • BlackBerry
  • Windows
  • Mac OS X

App developped for the Secur Data Network!

SecurData Guarantee

  • 99.99% Uptime
  • 100+ Gbps capacity
  • 24x7x365 Support
  • Enterprise Datacenters
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