- What makes Threema secure?
- How does Threema compare to other messengers?
- What’s special about Threema’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 Threema’s server?
- What kind of data is transmitted via push notification services?
Where are the servers located?
Threema GmbH runs its own servers in two high-security data centers of an “ISO 27001”-certified colocation partner in the Zurich area.
The state-of-the-art data centers include biometric access control, full-height turnstiles, video surveillance, emergency power systems, fire protection, fail-safe air-conditioning, and a fully redundant Internet connection.