Tox Messenger – A Free, Secure, And Open Source Alternative For Skype

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  1. lightweight says:

    Does Tox use WebRTC? If not, what does it offer that isn’t already available via various WebRTC clients (which use the open web standard WebRTC stack built into, for example, Firefox and Chromium browsers)? I use and with great results… fully encrypted end-to-end, plus screen sharing, video recording, chat and other features (sprinkled between the two of them)…

    • bill says:

      tox has advantage of security because its open source code encrypted peer network and its free. if use it with vpn or tor its also anonymous.

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