Digitrade's Chiffry is a tap-proof communication app for smartphones. The latest feature makes it possible to create self-destructive messages. Confidential information should never reach unauthorized hands. Users use it to make safe phone calls and to send their photos, videos, contacts as well as voice and text messages with confidence. All information is stored only on the smartphone and not on a server. In encryption, Chiffry follows the BSI guidelines and relies on real-to-client client encryption. All messages and phone calls to the sender's device are encrypted and encrypted on the recipient's device. "This complex principle is often misunderstood by users and misinterpreted by other manufacturers," said Leonid Gimbut, Digitrade's Managing Director. Often end-to-end encryption is advertised even when data remains on the servers and data security is insufficient. Authorities, as well as the HS256 S3, have presented the only hard drive in the world with BSI certification.