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ENCRYGMA SuperEncrypted Phones for sale : How to Become Digitally Anonymous?

The "Encrygma"

€ 18,000

SuperEncrypted Phone

The Most Advanced Quantum Encrypted Communication System in the World.

Disruptive Offline Communication Tech

(No Internet or Cellular Connection)

Without any Servers involvement

Based on the Secret Tech "White Fog"

No data ever registered on the device or elsewhere.

Immune to:


Cyber Espionage

Remote Hacking

Spyware Infection

Malware Infection

Forensic Data Extraction

Ransomware attacks

Electronic Surveillance

You have two options , either you can buy the “Encrygma “ SuperEncrypted Phone , full details :, at € 18,000 Euros per device or create your own encryption device by installing our SuperEncryption systems on regular Android and Windows devices at € 5000 Euros per license.

DigitalBank Vault advantages Vs. SKY ECC, BlackBerry, Phantom Secure, Encrochat

and other 'secure communication devices'

1. One-lifetime fee of € 5000 Euro.

No annual subscription fees.

2. Encryption Keys generated by the user only.

Encryption Keys never stored in the device used or anywhere else.

Encryption Keys never exchanged with the communicating parties.

3. No SIM Card needed.

4. Unlimited text messaging, audio and video messaging,

audio calls, file transfers, file storage.

5. "Air-Gapped" Offline Encryption System not connected to the Internet.

6. No Servers involved at any given time, completely autonomous system.

No third parties involved.

7. No registration of any kind - 100% anonymous without username/password.

No online Platform or Interfaces.

8. Unique, Personal, Dedicated Set of

Encryption Algorithms for each individual client.

Totally Private Encryption System.

9. Air Gap Defense Technology:

The Only Offline Communication System in the World.

10. Working cross-platform on Android Smartphones ( No SIM Cards Needed)

and Windows PC ( for office work)

Contact us

for additional information at

Telegram: @timothyweiss WhatsApp: +37257347873 You can buy any Android device and Windows laptops and transform them into a powerful encryption device by installing our set of software. The process is simple , you buy your own phones and laptops devices , choose your most trusted company ( we always advise Samsung phones and Asus laptops , then you buy from us the DigitalBank Vault SuperEncryption System and install it on the devices you bought. If you need the encryption system just for storing and transferring classified files and data, you may need just one license ( it will work for four on both Windows and Androids). If you need to communicate between two people, you will of course need to buy two licenses. If your network of people you need to communicate with is larger , you will have to buy more licenses of course. Each client is receiving a dedicated set of encrypted algorithms that means that each company (client) has a different encryption system, therefore creating a closed private internal network. Each license costs € 5000 Euros. No recurring payments are required. It’s a one-time fee. No monthly payments. Remember that our mission is to help companies achieve total, absolute secrecy over their sensitive data storage, critical file transfers and securing their confidential communications. Feel free to contact us. For more in depth information we can have a voice call or video meeting. Our SuperEncryption systems are needed in case you really need the highest level of secrecy. Our technology is above Governments level , it’s the highest level of anti interception/ anti espionage tech available to the private sector. We sell only and exclusively to reputable companies and individuals that pass our due diligence and KYC procedures. Try for 30 days ( free of charge) the DigitalBank Vault SuperEncryption System. Transform any Android device or Windows Laptop into an Unbreakable Encryption Machine

More information? Visit our website at or email us at We will be happy to assist you in achieving total secrecy over your communications.

How to buy a DigitalBank Vault SuperEncryption system?

More details?

Why the DBV SuperEncryption system is safer than any other solution available in the market?

How does the DigitalBank Vault SuperEncryption technology work?

Anonymity and overall security go hand in hand. If you neglect the security of your devices, it directly affects the integrity of your personal information.

This article does not advocate not disclosing any data about yourself on the Internet. It is about being able to decide freely and independently in which data is disclosed.

DigitalBank Vault ® Encryption Defensive Cyber Technologies: DigitalBank Vault® provides sophisticated Digital Anti Surveillance technologies

You want to have more privacy on the Internet and in your digital communication, without going too far at the same time? Good for you!


You should first look at your day-to-day messaging apps. This is where you share the most sensitive information and accordingly where you should have very high expectations. Only three messaging apps - Signal, Threema, and Wire - can currently stand up to serious standards. Their advantages are:

Company & infrastructure jurisdiction: Wire has its company jurisdiction in Switzerland and its infrastructure jurisdiction in Germany and Ireland. With Threema, both are in Switzerland.

Funding: Signal is funded by, among others, the Freedom of the Press Foundation, the Knight Foundation, and the Open Technology Fund. Threema is financed exclusively from user fees. 

Cooperation with intelligence agencies: Signal, Threema, and Wire are not implicated in giving customers' data to intelligence agencies as opposed to iMessage, Skype, Facebook Messenger, and others.

WARNING: remember this ' as long as your smartphone is not under surveillance or already infected by some kind of spyware or malware', all the above mentioned secure communication apps will not help! They are already inside your smartphone and are able to see all your messaging activity and listen to all your voice calls!

Don't use WhatsApp Saying WhatsApp is trustworthy because it offers end-to-end encryption is as naive as claiming that the NSA doesn't spy on you because it's illegal. WhatsApp is underperforming in every conceivable digital privacy category.


Maybe we don't use them as frequently as messaging apps - but still we communicate via email quite often. And again, there are companies that offer clear advantages in terms of digital anonymity.

I recommend ProtonMail because here, as with Threema, the company and infrastructure jurisdiction lie in Switzerland.

ProtonMail is clearly committed to the privacy and anonymity of its users. No private information such as date of birth or mobile phone number has to be provided when registering. The free package only comes with 500MB of storage, but can be upgraded to 5-20GB using the paid services (at reasonable costs).ProtonMail offers end-to-end encryption for which the recipient of a message must also use ProtonMail. Alternatively, you can communicate via PGP , for which ProtonMail by default assigns a private and a public key, which you can find in the settings.

Other email providers that are considered secure and trustworthy:

Tutanota is located in Hanover, Germany. Every mail and attachment sent is automatically encrypted by the open source webmail client and no IP information is retained after sending.

Hushmail offers easy to use web and desktop clients. It's based in Canada and many users feel particularly secure due to Hushmail's many years of experience - it has already been on the market for 20 years.

LuxSci might be the right choice if you’re looking for a business email solution and you’re based in North America. LuxSci is from Massachusetts and offers a suite of secure communications tools. Packages come with 1-50GB of storage.


Public WLAN represents a security risk and can undermine your digital anonymity. There is, of course, a way to avoid the dangers of wireless communication: Use WLAN only where you can be sure that not only the operator of the access point but also the other users are trustworthy.

Besides that, you should follow these guidelines:

Block unencrypted networks: Both notebooks and smartphones automatically connect to all the networks they think they already know because they used a network of the same name in the past. So the first thing you have to do is to clean out this list and in particular throw out all unencrypted networks that you may have used in the past.

Keep an eye on https:// or set bookmarks: In order to avoid that you inadvertently call up an unencrypted URL when typing, for example by auto-completion, it is best to place a bookmark on the https login page, which you then use consistently.

Caution with certificate errors: Error reports about certificates should generally not be taken lightly. The risk of an attack is particularly high in public networks, where anyone can redirect and manipulate data traffic. The error messages could, therefore, be traced back to a man-in-the-middle attack.

Rather do without apps: As a user, you normally don't have the possibility to adjust the security settings of smartphone apps in depth. Even with many banking apps, studies have shown a significant vulnerability to man-in-the-middle attacks on encryption.

Make use of VPN: If you want to be on the safe side that possible eavesdroppers in foreign W-Lens do not record any plain text data, you can use a Virtual Private Network (VPN).


Almost all pages on the Internet make use of cookies. That's no reason to get agonal respiration. But the proficient handling of cookies is a fundamental step towards more power over your privacy. It makes sense to delete cookies regularly. The more often you delete cookies, the less transparent your web behavior will be.

Roughly speaking, cookies can be divided into two groups:

The first is the so-called session cookies. They ensure that websites can remember you. Without these session cookies, the Internet would be far less comfortable.

The cookies that are criticized more frequently are tracking cookies.

Because not only websites themselves store cookies in your browser, but so do many of the advertising banners that are displayed to you. This means that even if you visit a single website, several cookies can still be stored in your browser.

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