You can choose to protect the photo with one security measure, or all of them at once.
Disc Kreet (, i OS) will ensure that unauthorized friends, family members, or thieves aren’t looking at your nudes by using a two-password system.
It has some anti-screenshot measures that make it hard to capture the screen without the assistance of another person.
One note: If you’re under 18, never, ever, under any circumstances, share a photo of yourself naked.
You can be prosecuted as a sex offender, even for sending a picture of yourself consensually.
But don’t be fooled: These apps don’t offer tools that prevent screenshotting or taking photos of the screen.
Signal disables screenshotting by default on Android, but turning off screenshots is not an option on i OS.
In Google Allo’s settings, you can enable Incognito Mode, which turns on end-to-end encryption. And if you do capture those identifiable details, try using Microsoft Paint or the built-in Markup tool in the i Phone Photos app (open the photo Your nude could easily be traced back to your house using something called EXIF data, which is embedded in every image file and can include location.
In Facebook Messenger, you can enable encryption by using a feature called “Secret Conversation.” You can get to it by tapping the ( ) to start a new chat Don’t be tempted by the full-frontal mirror selfie. This information can’t be removed on the i Phone itself without a third-party app like Photo Investigator (free) or Metadata Cut (free), but it can be removed on your Mac.
However, neither of these notification features prevent someone from taking the screenshot in the first place, and they could easily take advantage of the app’s biggest loophole: taking a photo of the screen with another device.
Messaging apps that employ end-to-end encryption, like Signal and Whats App, are great for protecting your various states of undress from hackers and government surveillance.
Do they seem like they take basic security precautions with their devices (see: tip #2)? You can use apps that employ the most secure end-to-end encryption available, but it won’t matter if the person on the other end takes a screenshot, and “accidentally” posts it to Twitter.