The new version of Secure Email 1.39.0 focuses mainly on addressing problems caused by loss of internet connection or relating to the self-hosted instances for Master Distributors. The new release also expands the options for branding our solutions as white labels.
Secure Chat 3.2.1 mainly addresses communication issues created due to the newly introduced self-hosted instances for Master Distributors, ensuring users will have a smooth bug-free experience. The new version also introduces much greater in-app camera capabilities and a redesigned flow for messages with TTL (time-to-live).
This year we’ve put a lot of effort into reorganizing our business model and positioning Secure Group as a provider and engineering house of solutions for secure communications. We are now working only with large corporate customers and Master Distributors (MDs). To strengthen our partner network and help Master Distributors manage their own distribution networks, Secure Manager 3.0.0 introduces a mandatory self-hosted version for MDs.
We have already released our new encrypted communication mobile phone X1 earlier this month. The only issue that user feedback pointed us at so far, was a bug during the enrollment process, which is addressed in the new Secure OS 3.2.0. Otherwise, the in-house developed solutions attract wide interest from the target market, and users across the globe are already purchasing, enrolling, and enjoying the unmatched combination of data security and hardware integrity, offered by our devices.
Our encrypted file storage application, Secure Vault, is already seamlessly integrated within the new X1 device models with perfect hardware integrity.
This month we officially launched the new major version of our operating system – Secure OS 3.0. The rise in the solution’s value is evident by the good feedback from users and partners we’ve been receiving and the increasing interest in our solutions.
In an era when the digital world is constantly evolving, hackers and data-collectors threaten the integrity of technology and society as a construct. To address this problem and guarantee a tomorrow where users will own their data and will have the ultimate right to communication secrecy, our main goal is to make cybersecurity more accessible for everyone.
X1 is the first step towards achieving this. The encrypted mobile device is aimed at privacy-concerned individuals and business owners. It introduces smoother user experience, simplified technical flows for easier adaptability, unmatched hardware integrity, ensuring zero-day protection, and impenetrable data security.
Secure Group, a leader in secure communication solutions, unveils its new Secure OS 3.0. This version is developed to integrate seamlessly with X1, Secure Group’s new flagship encrypted device.
Secure Vault is an end-to-end encrypted file storage that allows our users to store files, conversations, messages, notes, and backups in a single, unified place. The application is virtually isolated from other apps. Тhrough Secure Chat and Secure Email you can attach stored files or download new ones to ease users.
For the new update of the encrypted file storage, our development team has focused on the user-experience and functionality, especially connected to using the camera feature within the app.
We are happy to announce the release of Secure Manager 2.1.0. The new release allows our partners to manage account re-enrollment permissions and introduces new monetary limits for the unpaid invoices.