Indian Army launches secure messaging app for its soldiers

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The Indian military on Thursday launched a messaging app called SAI that will provide secure voice, text and video calling services to its soldiers. “(SAI’s) model is similar to commercially available messaging apps like WhatsApp, Telegram, SAMVAD and GIMS and uses end-to-end encryption messaging protocol,” the Indian military said in a statement.

The military developed and named this messaging application SAI, which stands for Secure Application for Internet. “SAI will be used throughout the military to facilitate secure messaging within the department … The app supports end-to-end secure voice, text and video calling services for the Android platform over the Internet “, says the press release.

SAI scores points on security features with local internal servers and encoding that can be changed as needed, he said. The request was approved by an auditor commissioned by CERT-in and the military electronics group, he noted.

News Highlights:

  • “SAI will be used throughout the military to facilitate secure messaging within the department … The app supports end-to-end secure voice, text and video calling services for the Android platform over the Internet “, says the press release. SAI scores points on security features with local internal servers and encoding that can be changed as needed, he said. The request was approved by an auditor commissioned by CERT-in and the military electronics group, he noted.
  • Indian army launches secure messaging app for soldiers
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