What is Peer to Peer (P2P) Messaging?

Peer to peer technology and messaging is the process of sending messages directly between two people via the computer, phone, or other device. It’s a very simple and secure way to send messages, files, and any other private information. What is a Peer to Peer (P2P) Network?

A Peer to Peer or P2P network is simply a network between two computers, phones, or tablets that can share resources and communicate without going through a server. This means that your communication is quick and secure without relying on a messenger to share or peeking at your information.

Is Peer to Peer (P2P) messaging secure?

Peer to Peer messaging is direct communication between two people. However, if your phone is hacked or stolen, your information and messages could be stolen and shared. With ShazzleChat’s peer to peer network and end to end encryption, ShazzleChat is one of the most secure messaging apps available today.

How does Peer to Peer (P2P) technology work with ShazzleChat?

ShazzleChat brings the power of Peer to Peer (P2P) technology combined with end to end encryption to your online communications with our patented technology. The app creates a peer to peer network to prevent your messages from being stored and shared on servers. Our technology allows you to securely and directly communicate from your smartphone or any connected device to any contact.

The app encrypts and breaks your messages into pieces and delivers them separately so that no single path contains a complete and readable message. This technology makes it nearly impossible to hack ShazzleChat and get into your private messages.

How is ShazzleChat different from other messaging apps?

Shazzle is the only company to truly uphold the claim that there technology is 100% peer to peer making them extremely unique and one of the most secure messaging apps on the market today. With Shazzle, you’re getting the highest level of privacy and security possible today.

Most messaging platforms and applications claim to include peer to peer technology, but use a centralized server that shares and saves your information. Other apps including Signal, WhatsApp, and Viber often pass through multiple servers and files can be copied up to 32 times. This can allow these apps to sell or share your private information to advertisers to target you for advertising.

These chat alternatives also offer end to end encryption. This means that the messages are encrypted when they are sent and received. However, that doesn’t mean that the messages aren’t copied onto multiple servers. Many people have become victims of hacking even with end to end encryption.

How is End to End encryption different from Peer to Peer (P2P) technology ?

End to end encryption is the process of encrypting messages from the time they’re sent to when they’re received by the intended party. This process can be secure, but if it’s copied to servers the information can be decrypted and shared to third parties. Apps including Signal, WhatsApp, Viber, Messenger, and many others use this method to try to ensure privacy.

Peer to peer technology is similar, however, it doesn’t have a server in the middle that can copy and store your information. You can think of this process like a switchboard where someone is directing your communication to the right party and moving on. Shazzle’s technology encrypts your message through your own private peer to peer network making it more secure than most apps available today.

What can you send through ShazzleChat and your personal Peer to Peer (P2P) network?

ShazzleChat allows you to send videos, files, pictures, texts and even self-destructing media through your own private network. There’s also a group chat feature to share conversations and memories quickly with multiple people. Additionally, you can transfer large files quickly and securely through the app without file size restrictions. Shazzle also allows a passcode lock feature for extra security in the event your phone becomes lost or stolen.

Shazzle never stores or even receives a copy of the message, file, or media. You are in full control of your privacy.