In order to solve the reset secure session, if you get a bad encrypted message from the receiver due to the miss-match issue of the message encryption key thereafter you can reset the secure session with the recipient.
Masking phone numbers of unsaved contacts: Dooth masks the phone numbers of unsaved contacts for group chat to give more privacy and security to the group participants and phone numbers are only visible to the people who are in each other’s contact list. Dooth protects its user’s phone number from falling into the wrong hands.
Verify the safety number: You can verify your safety number by comparing the encryption on the end user’s device or you can scan the code on their phone, or ask them to scan your code.
You can manage certain contacts by sending and receiving messages to you by blocking and unblocking. Blocking: Open Dooth chat, Select the particular contact you want to block > More options > Conversation settings > Block> Block. Unblocking: Open Dooth chat, Select the particular contact you want to Unblock > More options > Conversation settings > Unblock> Unblock.
Account security: You can secure your Dooth account and prevent others from using your phone number in the future by following these tips: When you start mobile number verification you will get a 6-digit Dooth SMS code (OTP). Never share the OTP with others, even if it is a person or organization you trust. Dooth […]
DD2DE provides more security and safety for messaging. D2DE is the technological advancement that is superior to regular encryptions. D2DE protects media files from hacking and manipulations by following the Not-to-Save and Not-to-Store-method. Dooth’s DNA is built around Data Privacy, Information Security and Personal Safety, which is why we have Device-to-device-encryption. When Device-to-device-encrypted, your messages, […]
Privacy is the core of each and every human being. And for the same, Dooth is focusing mainly on the privacy and security of its users. In order to assure privacy and security follow these steps: