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We use TLS 1.3 with a perfect forward secrecy requirement for the negotiated ciphers for calls and file transfers. Messages are encrypted with an RSA key.
Jami is inspired by a Swahili word that means “community”. The name was chosen as it reflects the vision: to be a service open to all, to be community supported, and to respect the privacy of users.
The project was formerly known as “Ring” and “SFLphone”.
At CES the name change was publicly announced and the website, jami.net, was launched.
We felt the need to move to a unique name given our expansion and openness to the world. We decided to move towards a new identity: free, multicultural and universal in order to avoid confusion with other brands.
Here is an article from our blog about the transition between Ring and Jami:
To date, developers are doing their best to change the code that still refers to Ring.
Jami does not rely on any central server and your account is only stored on your device. When you want to use Jami with your account, you do not need standard login / password authentication. You also do not have to provide any personal information to anyone, such as an email or phone number.
By creating a Jami account, you will have a unique and customizable Jami username, allowing your contacts to communicate with you.
There are several options available to customize your account:
It is not possible to recover your Jami account if it is deleted from all your devices and you do not have a backup of the your account.
It is impossible to recover your account as your device (phone, computer, tablet, TV, etc.), not a server, stores your data.
There are two ways to back up your account:
When you choose to link your device to another account, there are a few steps:
Yes. You can delete your account by deleting the application or uninstalling it. Because your data is stored on your device, deleting the account deletes your data.
Yes of course. Originally, Jami was based on SFLphone, a pure SIP client. However, to use SIP (and the standard telephone network), you must first create a SIP account in the accounts settings.
You can not call a SIP ID with your Jami account at this time (and vice versa). However, you can have a Jami account and a SIP account at the same time (which allows you to skip these two types of calls), or just one of them.
You do not have to use a Jami account. You can delete, or not use, the Jami account created during the first execution of the client.
Go to your Jami account settings:
With a SIP account, security is not guaranteed by default. It depends on the SIP servers used. In order for your data to be encrypted, you must enter the security information associated with your SIP account. Indicate them in the Security sub-tab. During your exchanges, your correspondent must also have the same security options for them to be applied.
To make a call fromyour Jami account:
To receive a call on your Jami account:
** You can also configure “automatic answer” in the settings **