I suggest you just use Skype as if you only use it with other Skype users (not make calls to
the phone network), it's encrypted end to end.
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"Brian" <no@newsgroup> wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
> I live in I-R-A-N and as you might have guessed aready, I have to be careful about what I
> say. The server I use for Usenet allows for a secure connection, which to my limited
> knowledge, prevents anyone from eavesdropping on the connection.
> I also want to use a chat program the same way (securely). I have Live
> Messenger, Yahoo
> Messenger, IRC software (a couple), ICQ etc. However, I cannot use them
> I do have Vidalia (Tor's Windows interface) installed, however I cannot set
> any of the chat software to work with it. And even if I did, because of a
> slow dial up connection, it takes forever to establish a tor network
> connection--sometimes cannot connect at all. so I prefer NOT using Tor.
> I have another software which allows me to pass the f-i-l-t-e-r-s and get to
> the c-e-n-s-o-r-e-d sites using a browser. But I cannot use its p-r-o-x-y
> for any of the chat software.
> Please guide me (in plain English and as detailed as possible) in using an
> ABSOLUTE secure way to use a chat software. I hardly know anything about
> p-r-o-x-i-e-s and related categories.
> It is difficult for me to check all the newsgroups for answers, so please
> send your responses to the following email address:
> 888brian.jayman at gmail.com (remove 888 for a proper email address)