Vaduz, Lichtenstein, February 21, 2014 - Secure Haze launches the next generation in secure communications services. Secure Haze features include high quality Voice-Over-IP calling and video, instant messaging and file transfers/sharing. Now you can communicate securely from any device anywhere – without being snooped on.
Secure Haze’s unique technology allows the highest levels of security and encryption available – military grade at 2048 bit encryption – so you know no one can listen in on your conversations.
Users of Secure Haze can access secure services with a single account on multiple devices. Today, Secure Haze announces the availability of Windows and Mac versions. Android and iOS versions will be released in the coming weeks.
“Secure Haze wanted to create an environment that would allow our users to communicate without the worries of having hackers or snoopers listening in.” said President and CEO of Secure Haze. “We created the services with the highest levels of encryption to ensure text, voice, video and file sharing would be secure on any device.”
Secure Haze is also developing a version that will allow businesses to privately and securely communicate internally and externally with employees without the risk of unwanted listeners.
Secure Haze runs over any internet connection. Anyone on the internet with Windows or Mac OS can download Secure Haze from the company’s website www.SecureHaze.com, and start using Secure Haze immediately.
Registration is free, regular communications are free, secure communications are $9.95 per month or $99.95 per year (2 free months).
About Secure Haze
Secure Haze is developing leading edge, secured, encrypted and private peer to peer internet protocol applications that provide communications services for consumers and for business. For more information visit the company’s website at www.SecureHaze.com.
For additional information, contact: pr@SecureHaze.com
Press release distributed by Pressat on behalf of Helga Brun, on Friday 21 February, 2014. For more information subscribe and follow http://www.pressat.co.uk/
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