Friday, December 8, 2017

Jitsi Portable, Open Source Video Calls and Chat!
"With Jitsi, you can use your computer and internet connection to make free voice and video calls through SIP. Just get a SIP address and register with Jitsi. You can then communicate with your friends using SIP or with people on other compatible networks. You can also use Jitsi with Google Voice to call regular landline and mobile numbers. ... Jitsi offers privacy and encryption for calls. It uses end-to-end encryption, which protects your communications from third parties." —Nadeem Unuth, (September 07, 2017)
"sipXcom and Jitsi are a match made in Open Source heaven. By utilizing both, an organization can have a robust and feature-rich platform to enable voice, video and instant messaging for all users." —Mike Picher, (Mar 8, 2017)
"Even if you encrypt your text chats with OTR, the content of those conversations will be stored unencrypted. The same information is collected and stored on the disk of those with whom you communicate. ... Jitsi supports voice and video calls. Voice calls can be encrypted using an open standard called ZRTP." — (10 August 2016)
Jitsi is a messaging/communicator client to make secure video calls, conferencing, SIP-based voice calls, chat, desktop sharing, file transfer, and support IM networks.
   It supports many of the most popular and widely used IM and telephony protocols, including Jabber/XMPP (used by Facebook and Google Talk), AIM, ICQ, MSN, Yahoo! Messenger and the SIP Voice-over-IP (VoIP) protocol.
   It supports additional independent encryption for IM through the OTR (Off-the-Record) protocol and for voice and video sessions through ZRTP and SRTP.

Size: 175 MB (184,344,576 bytes) Packed Size: 63.2 MB (66,371,584 bytes)
MD5: FD5892B26870913582CA5BA54A3EC9D2

Size: 357 MB (374,640,640 bytes) Packed Size: 97.0 MB (101,806,080 bytes)
MD5: D97FC26DA747C1F209A6B0973F6DA6D6

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Single Bit and Dual Bit Releases

You can use these releases interchangeably, both use the same data profile. You can upgrade to the single bit release, or later upgrade it to the dual bit release, or vice versa.
The single bit (32 bit) is for those who want to save space.
The dual bit (32/64 bit) is for users who want to use the 64 bit version of the application on Windows 64 bit. And since it also has 32 bit application binaries, it will still run on Windows 32 bit.

Portability Notes

  • Jitsi writes non essential data to Windows registry and data folders while running.
  • Make sure it exits cleanly before plugging out your thumbdrive.

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