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What is Ghost-Line

What is Ghost-Line


by Victor Palazzo

What is it about?

What is Ghost-Line?


App Details

Social Networking Utilities
Last updated
November 27, 2018
Release date
October 24, 2018
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App Store Description

What is Ghost-Line?

Ghost-Line is a user-friendly, anonymous, untraceable, secure, global messaging service.


- User-friendly. Install, add a contact, and start messaging.
- Anonymous. We don't ask for any information, who can say that?
- Untraceable. How can you trace a ghost?
- Secure (PGP). The same technology used to secure global military communications.
- Open-source. Is your favourite app audit-able?
- One-click deploy and one-click destroy. One second it's here, the next, it's not.
- Blacklisting (message blocking)
- Transparently manages public-key infrastructure internally on the device. No need to manage keys manually.
- Data at rest and in-transit is always encrypted.
- Perfect Forward Secrecy. A message cannot be correlated with the identity of its sender. It was, in essence, sent by a 'ghost'.
- Data Integrity. Cryptographic hashes are used to ensure that data has not been tampered with, or corrupted, while in transit.
- Low networking overhead and latency.
- Lightweight API; all functions are written in ANSI-C.


- AWS: All backend servers are hosted on Amazon Web Services; providing high-availability, load balancing, and scalability. For more information, see

- MongoDB: All public keys are stored in a central MongoDB database, as well as all messages in transit - until 'fetched' by the intended recipient. This allows for higher throughput than
standard RDBMS based systems. For more information, see

- SQLite3: All data stored on the end user's iOS device is kept within a local SQLite3 database. All data stored on disk is kept encrypted at all times, and is only decrypted in memory
for the end user to view. For more information, see

- Libsodium: All cryptographic operations are performed using the Libsodium library - ISC License. For more information,

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