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Utopia Crypto Messenger Is Not On The FBI List Of Accessible User Data

An internal FBI document on extracting messages and metadata from messengers has appeared on the Web. The merged list includes popular messengers: WhatsApp, Telegram, Viber, Signal, Threema, WeChat, Line, and Wickr.

However, the anonymous Utopia P2P blockchain messenger, which is gaining popularity, is not on the list. This is because of the unique messenger background, privacy principles, and decentralized technology on which the messenger is built. The combination of these components makes the messenger safe for daily communication without data leakage risks.

Are you wondering about the privacy details? In this article, you will learn more about the Utopia messenger’s security principles that are ideal for private chatting.

What kind of document was it?

The FBI documents that have been leaked to the network confirm speculation that it is monitoring the activity of WhatsApp and Facebook users. 

The document shows the scope of the FBI’s legitimate extraction of Facebook, WeChat, WhatsApp, Telegram, Viber, Signal, Threema, Line, and Wickr messages and metadata.

For example, messengers such as iMessage and WhatsApp provide the FBI with access to more categories of data than other platforms, including the content and history of messages received and sent. In addition, they work closely with the authorities, providing any user data upon request. 

What is the Utopia P2P?

Utopia P2P is a decentralized privacy ecosystem that provides security for each user. It offers the functions of a common messenger but with 100% data security and privacy. It has been created by a team of crypto enthusiasts — the 1984 Group that does not disclose their real names. Such anonymity helps them avoid pressure from the state and other interested parties. 

Since 2013, they have been creating a messenger in complete secrecy. Back in 2018, it was completely released and immediately gained a reputation as the safest messenger for private communication.

The fact that the Utopia’s developers do not cooperate with the authorities and third parties only confirmed the users’ confidence in the correctness of their choice. Using Utopia, everyone can feel safe without state supervision, censorship, and data leak threats.

There is no central server for data storage due to the technology on which it was created: each user has their own crypto container with a multi-level encryption method. So, no one except the user can access the data, even developers; it is impossible even theoretically.

Besides, nobody knows Utopia user’s real names because the registration is anonymous — users do not need to enter personal data, email, or phone numbers. Therefore, all users are anonymous, so it is unnecessary to be afraid to express your own thoughts about anything. 

Utopia has never been involved in data leak scandals since the architecture of the network does not allow hacking anything at all and intercepting data. Such complete anonymity and privacy, which was so lacking on the internet.

By the way, Utopia is a unique private project because it is not just a common messenger but a whole ecosystem that provides users with all the tools in one place: instant messenger, encrypted email, anonymous browser, etc.

Utopia P2P project’s verdict

The 1984 Group has provided all aspects for the successful functioning of a truly secure and anonymous communication tool. The ecosystem offers complete freedom from any methods of control or censorship when using the Utopia network

This privacy project is a place without surveillance, tracking, censorship, or ads. It is this ecosystem that has become the main, reliable tool in the fight against internet restrictions around the world.Today, this is the most secure project that does not obey the authorities and does not cooperate with the FBI, as supported by leaked documents.

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4 comments

Gektor December 3, 2021 at 12:12 pm

That’s nice. Let the FBI try to control the peer-to-peer application, and I’ll laugh.

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David December 3, 2021 at 4:23 pm

Tor Browser shows me in Berlin Germany while the Idyll browser shows me in Bavaria Germany. It’s like an email client with chat (among other things like crypto) built-in. The Idyll browser is opened like a tool option and the tray icon is like the all-in-wonder you got mail message etc notifier. I like the fact the mail is always on encrypted. Now if I could only get others to use it privacy would be guaranteed. No android (or iphone) ap so that is what will make it impossible to suggest to others. Pretty slick gui. Real state of the art. Weirdly my Tor Browser instance is showing on ipleak.net that it defaults to ipv6. I was told that most networks don’t use it. Or is it they just tell you they don’t? I am seeing addresses that look like they are ipv6 ones in my firewall, so guess who?
Seriously, the absolute ginormous amount of utter horseshit lies being intentionally propagated is retarded. Faggots think they’re smart. GFY’s

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David December 3, 2021 at 4:35 pm

And no I do not trust utopia. Other than logging into the application itself I see no reason to. Too convenient to tell everyone, using a super duper slick gui that does it all, “we can’;t crack it”. There are a myriad number of free ways to communicate securely without pretending that whatsap, telegram, and signal, are IT. 2FA is a joke when it depends on some 3rd party server to implement. Oauth? Really it’s NOauth as in you’re being had.

Sip (for voice) can encypt easily as can many email clients themselves. All of which is easily done on almost any modern smartphone. Utopia seems to want to crypto everything which in fact is just not possible for the masses. And if it’s so great since 2019 why no ability to use it on your smartphone? FFS, secure comms is first done using what we already use, PHONES. It’s not like one person installs this and you get security. EVERYBODY would have to use it for that to happen. That aint gonna happen.

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Nelso December 4, 2021 at 1:44 am

I’ve been using it for 3 months now, sometimes there is a load of course, but it’s not critical, the functionality is amazing )

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