Welcome to Session Release Roundup #5! Highlights include mobile updates to prepare for the desktop refactor, and some serious speed and reliability gains.
Session for beginners: Your Session starts here There have been a lot of reasons for people to suddenly take an interest in private messengers recently.
As netizens have become more and more tech-literate over the years, lots of people have developed their own list of ‘scam app’ red flags to
Signing up is a critical moment whenever you start using a new service, and sometimes it can feel like signing a deal with the devil
Welcome to Session Release Roundup #4! Highlights include 3-hop onion requests on all platforms for improved anonymity, and Session en español for Android!
Welcome to Session Release Roundup #3! Highlights include some massive improvements to Session on Android as a result of a major code refactor.
Welcome to Session Release Roundup #2! Highlights include a huge round of bugfixes and improvements on iOS, and news about Spanish localisation!
Welcome to the first ever Session release roundup! In these posts, we’re going to talk about all of the newest fixes, features, and future plans
Don’t care what’s behind the scenes? Skip straight to software verification tutorials for macOS, Linux, and Windows. Back in the day, software used to arrive
Building a decentralised messenger can cause some headaches — read all about how our devs problem solved their way through message storage for Session.
Session bucks the trend of blockchain vaporware with a real, usable product built on blockchain. Learn how blockchain and crypto power Session’s backend.
Session is open-source, and open-source software means community collaboration. Read about all the ways you can contribute to Session’s development.
Metadata is the biggest privacy risk you’ve never heard of. Learn what metadata is — and how to minimise your online footprint.
Shortly after launch, Session will be moving to a new onion routing system called onion requests. Read up on the tech, and the reasons behind the change.
The little things really do add up when it comes to online privacy. Check out 9 steps you can take to keep yourself, and your data, safe online.
Session is designed to be privacy first — decentralised servers, no phone numbers, the whole lot — but that creates some problems. Here’s how we solved one of them — friend requests.
Staying private online is important for everyone — but for some, it can be crucial. Learn how to confirm who you’re talking to while staying anonymous.
Staying safe is the number one priority if you’re a whistleblower. Learn how to tip off journalists while keeping yourself safe.
Governments around the world are seeking backdoors to access encrypted communications. We have kept a close eye on the evolving laws that aim to do this.
Journalists are often searching for and publishing things that someone wants kept quiet. This is good, of course — it’s what journalism is for.
End-to-end encrypted messaging apps are popping up left and right, but finding the most private and the most secure can feel like a game of Whack-a-Mole.
Many private messaging apps have a critical flaw: centralisation. Learn why decentralisation is the future of secure private messaging.
Phone numbers are tied to our online identities: we use them as logins and to secure our accounts with SMS two-factor verification. But how secure are they?
Private messaging is a great way to protect your right to privacy online. But for some, private messaging isn’t just nice to have — it’s a necessity.