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Wickr is shutting down

by /u/Phrack · 1 votes · 2 months ago

Amazon-owned software company Wickr opted to ditch its free messaging app Wickr Me and focus on business and public sector customers instead.

Wickr Me, a free messaging app best known for its end-to-end encrypted communications, will stop accepting new users after December 31, 2022, AWS Wickr announced. Meanwhile, the end of 2023 will also mark the end of the Wickr Me app.

“After careful consideration, we will be concentrating Wickr’s focus on securing our business and public sector customers’ data and communications with AWS Wickr and Wickr Enterprise, and have decided to discontinue our consumer product, Wickr Me,” the company said in a statement.

Comments (2)
/u/enhanceMDMA · 2 votes · 2 months ago · Link

I never trusted Wickr. Something just didn't seem right about them and then came along Amazon, confirming my suspiciouns. Anyone using Wickr past Apr of 2021 is a fuckin idiot.

/u/OfficialJabberJaw · 1 votes · 2 months ago · Link

Havent trusted wickr in sometime for public communication but its convenient for the close people in business. Bummer to hear but Sessions and Element will replace it