Facebook cripples chat encryption app that promised users extra privacy
Chat encryption app, Crypter, that seemed to offer a secure way to communicate with your Facebook friends has effectively depreciated in functionality afte
Crypter, created by Sussex University student Max Mitchell, was designed to let you and your Facebook friends put your messages into a cipher with an agreed-upon password. Once the correct password had been entered, Crypter users could decode the content of conversation.
As soon as it hit the news sites Facebook made changes to block the ability to do that. Cuz is important to them. Oh and being able to read everything you type. 😉