- What makes Threema secure?
- How does Threema compare to other messengers?
- Whatâ€™s special about Threemaâ€™s privacy protection?
- Which data gets stored at Threema?
- Is Threema open source?
- Are messages stored in encrypted form on my device?
- Could you decrypt my messages, for example if you were required to by law enforcement?
- How do you protect yourself against man-in-the-middle (MITM) attacks with Threema?
- Where are the servers located?
- Will my address book data be sent to your servers?
- How does Threema audit its code?
- How and where is my key pair generated?
- Is the use of Threema compliant with privacy laws?
- How can I find out which data is stored about my ID on Threemaâ€™s server?
- What kind of data is transmitted via push notification services?
Is the use of Threema compliant with privacy laws?
Threema meets the requirements of the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). As a Swiss company, Threema is also subject to Switzerlandâ€™s strict Federal Act on Data Protection (DSG) and the accompanying Ordinance to the Federal Act on Data Protection (VDSG).
Threema does not use phone numbers to address users and can be used anonymously without uploading phone book data. It is therefore also suited for childern under the age of 16.
In contrast to conventional messengers, you can therefore be sure to comply with privacy laws when using Threema.