Privacy-Centric VoIP

ZKML integrates Huddle to provide VoIP services prioritizing user privacy during voice and video calls. ZKML's Privacy-Centric VoIP enhances Huddle with zero-knowledge proofs (ZKPs) and end-to-end encryption to ensure confidentiality and integrity in communication channels, protecting against eavesdropping and tampering.

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Secure Communication:

zKML is a privacy-enhancing technology that allows users to make secure and anonymous calls, using Slack’s Huddle feature or any other platform and channel. zKML uses zero-knowledge proofs (ZKPs) to verify the identity and membership of the callers, without revealing any personal or organizational information. zKML also encrypts the voice and video data with end-to-end encryption and a passphrase or a one-time key, depending on the type of call. zKML also offers additional features such as hidden contacts and groups, multi-person screen sharing, emoji reactions and stickers, a dedicated thread for notes and files, secure file transfer and deletion, and Tor network routing. zKML is suitable for various use cases, such as confidential business calls, private family conversations, and journalists and whistleblowers communication.

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