But Lohle says those features are coming, and the team already has a proof-of-concept for how group voice chat will work.He says the team has no plans to turn it into a company or monetize it in any way."Tox is just a tunnel to another node that's encrypted and secure," says David Lohle, a spokesperson for the project."What you want to send over that pipe is up to your imagination." For example, one developer is building an e-mail replacement with the protocol, and Lohle says someone else is building an open source alternative to Bit Torrent Sync.It relies on the same technology that Bit Torrent uses to provide direct connections between users, so there's no central hub to snoop on or take down.There are other developers trying to build a secure, peer-to-peer messaging systems, including Briar and Invisible.im, a project co-created by HD Moore, the creator of the popular security testing framework Metasploit.
And there's no way to be logged in as the same person on two different devices — say, both your phone and your computer.
"I don't think any of us know his real name," Lohle says.
Today Lohle downplays Tox's relationship to 4chan.
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4chan is known mostly as a place to share juvenile and, to put it mildly, politically incorrect images.