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Open the Messager App. After opening the app, slide the message to the right to archive it. Open App. See Your Archived Messages. To see the messages you archived, just tap on the three-dots menu and select Archived.
Open the Android Market app on your device and install the Secret Message app. Enter a secret key into the Secret Key box at the top of the app's screen, type the message you want to encrypt into the Message box, tap Encrypt and tap Send via SMS to send the encrypted message.
Open the Android Market app on your device and install the Secret Message app. Enter a secret key into the Secret Key box at the top of the app's screen, type the message you want to encrypt into the Message box, tap Encrypt and tap Send via SMS to send the encrypted message.
In the designated box, you enter the text you want encrypted, enter an encryption password, tap Encrypt (Figure D), and then copy the resultant message. Encrypting a message via a web-based service. Paste the encrypted message into an email or SMS message and send it.
SMS messages aren't encrypted, meaning the contents of each text message are viewable to mobile carriers and governments, and can even be intercepted by organized and semi-skilled hackers. That means even if you're using SMS to secure your online accounts using two-factor authentication, your codes can be stolen.
Launch TextPad and open the encrypted message in the program. Select the entire text of the message by pressing the "Ctrl-A" keys. Open the appropriate encryption software. Enter the passphrase or password that was originally used to encrypt the message. Click the "Decrypt" button.
While Message app users can easily and transparently send SMS text messages to users of other devices, such as Android devices, the messages are not protected by end-to-end encryption, as SMS messaging does not offer the same encrypted security as iMessage.
Open the Android Market app on your device and install the Secret Message app. Enter a secret key into the Secret Key box at the top of the app's screen, type the message you want to encrypt into the Message box, tap Encrypt and tap Send via SMS to send the encrypted message.
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