The Most Secure

Messaging on the Planet. Period.


Introspective Networks has developed the first truly confidential Internet based messaging system. This utilizes the company’s patented STOP technology that not only encrypts your data using the uncrackable One Time Pad but also hides data in time and space. This makes direct recording and discovery of your conversation impossible creating the only messenger keeping your information truly confidential in the network.

StealthComms also keeps data safe at rest. The app provides a one to one text session that is not recorded or stored, removing concerns about information being left behind on a phone, tablet or computer. Even if a device can be cracked, previous conversations are not compromised. The system also will not allow the conversation to continue if placed in the background – a state where a device limits the ability to monitor for intrusion.

StealthComms is the only system that has vetted all aspects of confidential communications.

Key Features

  • The first truly confidential Internet messaging system

  • Conversations are not saved or stored.

  • Intuitive, simple and easy to use

  • Businesslike interface with no unnecessary features

  • Only messenger to use Polymorphic Networking to hide data

  • First messaging to use a fully automated, uncrackable Vernam Cipher for network security


  • The Most Secure Messaging on the Planet

    Agile movement makes network data invisible creating the first Moving Target Defense.
    Hackers can’t get what they can’t see.

  • Intuitive, simple and easy to use

    Our no nonsense, professional interface gives you exactly what you need.
    No more, no less.

  • StealthComms on All Your Devices

    Available on Android, iOS, and PC

  • Full Data Protection

    In motion, data is hidden and double encrypted using patented STOP technology.
    At rest, data is, by default, never stored so it can’t be accessed later.

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Not Just Military Grade, Military Ready

  • Technology Readiness Level 7 Approved By the USAF

  • Ready for military and government sale

  • Moving Target Defense for Network Data

  • A Virtual Smoke Screen In The Network

  • Ubiquitous Messaging Across Any Device

STOP: The Tech Behind StealthComms

The real secret to keeping data confidential and secure is protecting it in the network. This is accomplished by hiding data in time and space using multiple data streams. These streams are made possible by using a Vernam Cipher (aka One Time Pad) that requires a stream of random, non-repeating data to be used. This stream of random data can be sent ahead of the message itself and, using polymorphic networking Moving Target Defense (MTD) techniques invented and developed at IN, a physics jigsaw puzzle is created.

StealthComms also uses the strongest encryption known so, even if the data is discovered, it is encrypted in a way that has no known exploits. The encryption used, a Vernam Cipher, is the base concept behind most encryption commonly used today. The difference is, with current encryption, the “Pad” or ciphertext is calculated. A “key” or pair of “keys” is used so each side will be able to generate the same, identical “pad” for encryption/decryption. The issue is, anything that is calculated can be solved for. With a Vernam cipher, the “pad” is actual random data derived from real world sources, like minute temperature variations, that can not be guessed or solved for.  Simply put, anything that can be calculated can be solved for, but encryption using measurement instead of calculation provides a solid defense against even quantum computing.  

The Vernam Cipher has a very simple mathematical proof:

x + y = z

The data z can not be solved for without knowing both x or y.  The value x is our decrypted data so it’s never exposed to the network. So, how do we keep someone from discovering y, the “Pad” of random data, and z, the encrypted message, on the public Internet? This has been a long standing key distribution problem of network security that, with STOP’s polymorphic networking MTD technique, Introspective Networks has solved.

To accomplish this, the information is hidden using a virtual “shell game”. For a malicious Hacker to accomplish a man-in-the-middle attack, they need to attach to a known network port. To defeat this, a StealthComms session is, right from the start, connected on an unknown port. Starting the session this way makes interception and/or injection of data difficult, if not impossible. To increase this security further, the ports are only open for milliseconds and then randomly rotated periodically making deciphering what belongs to what in the conversation even more complex. Lastly, the random data “pad” is encrypted with conventional encryption across a separate data channel also utilizing an unknown, rotating port. The pad, in a sense, encrypts the asymmetric encryption making it mathematically impossible to crack by itself with any confidence. The pad is also sent at various, random times making the entirety of “Pad” (y) and encrypted message (z) hard if not impossible to distinguish and put back together.

To make this even more infeasible to crack, the data itself is actually double encrypted with two pads. Even if someone were to capture the data, get it in the right order and bytes align it correctly (that’s right, you have to align from the time and space puzzle to the correct byte), you would be solving for an unknown…another encrypted pad. No other messenger available has this level of network data security. It’s a virtual Smoke Screen in the network for your data.

For more information on STOP, please reference the patents backing the technology: USPTO #8,995,652, #9,584,313 and #9,584,488.

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