In the "Secret" type of video conference room, all data is encrypted and transferred directly between the devices of the conference participants via peer-to-peer encrypted channels. This level of call security provides less than 0.1% of all existing video conferencing services or messengers. Your data cannot be eavesdropped or stolen; it does not go to centralized servers and is not stored.

Plasma Rooms is based on WebRTC protocol and it is a cross-devices browser-based solution.

Plasma Rooms has the highest level of data encryption between devices, using ECDHE-RSA and CHACHA20-POLY1305 elliptic curve cryptography, and DTLS 1.2 SRTP Transport Layer Security Datagram Protocol.

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