Here is our next pre-alpha, featuring bunch of improvents and fixes.
Kypeless 0.0-pa7-0 introduces secure memory indicator, a little addition which makes usage of the GUI much easier.
It will be easy for you to notice the automatic text wrapping in chat window, and that the chat window itself became resizeable now.
There are also another minor improvements in the interface.
The important thing is, that the whole program is gaining stability, and we are approaching the first alpha release! As soon as it is released,
we will pay our attention to such things as Microsoft Windows platform support (compilation in mingw) and file transfers.
The alpha release itself needs to be bug-free enough, so it may be released later than you think.
Ow, and one more thing you may like - we increased RSA key length up to 8192 bits, and, even though some may complain about performance,
it is really a lot securer than it was before. Key derivation from passwords for profile decryption became also more computing-power consuming,
what means that more time is needed to hack it now.
We are releasing our first pre-alpha! Such a lovely day to announce a new software project, isn't it?
Kypeless 0.0-pa6-0 is far from being stable and user-friendly, though it provides some security even now and, of course, announces great long-term goals that,
someday, may turn it into your favourite secure communication program.
Kypeless is a free and open source software, and it makes sense, since what is the point of trusting to the software,
source code of which you have never seen? Or maybe you trust the companies, which made that software?
Of course, it's up to you whom do you want to trust, but in the case of open source software (like Kypeless) the only thing you need to trust is the source code.
Do not trust me, do trust the code you see. Look through the code, compile it, and enjoy your own binary you created yourself from the code you read. No surprises,
absolutly trustworthy. If you do trust yourself, of course. That is what, in our opinion, real security means.