USMobile's Scrambl3 App to Enable Top Notch Secure Call and Messaging Service

By CIOReview | Tuesday, March 8, 2016
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IRVINE, CA: With the aim of helping mobile users to make a secured calls and messages USMobile, a developer of private mobile services presents Scrambl3, a smartphone application. This enterprise grade messaging app is the combined result of USMobile and its affiliation with NSA, IBM and Apple.

The consumer grade products are often prone to vulnerabilities that leave high-value individuals exposed to hackers. Scrambl3 app encrypts the communication transpired between users under Virtual Private Network that prevents from data leakage and helps to keep hackers away.

“Scrambl3 takes the additional, critical, step of creating a 'Dark Internet Tunnel,' – USMobile's Top Secret-grade Virtual Private Network (VPN). In this unique way, communication is 'Cloaked,' or made invisible to those who wish to intercept it” asserts Jon Hanour, CEO, USMobile.

Brad Arant, CTO, USMobile notes that to overcome the inherent vulnerabilities of mobile security solutions, USMobile developed this innovative approach that routes all encrypted communication through the VPN.

Major security features of the Scrambl3 are implemented with the assistance of NSA’s Fishbowl initiative secure Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) architecture. Some of the features that makes Scrambl3 unique are free and secure calling and texting from anywhere in the world. It also ensures privacy where only Scrambl3 users who are added to the black book can call or message. It also supports a private network which is not connected to Publicly Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) and no call or message information is stored on any server.