Tox is a peer-to-peer instant-messaging and video-calling protocol that offers end-to-end encryption.
The stated goal of the project is to provide secure yet easily accessible communication for everyone.
Specifically, Tox employs Curve25519 for its key exchanges, xsalsa20 for symmetric encryption, and Poly1305 for MACs.
At July 11, 2015, Tox developers officially announced their disassociation with Tox Foundation, due to "a dispute over the misuse of donated funds" by Tox Foundation head and CEO, according to
The Tox core is a library establishing the protocol and API.
With Peer-to-Peer, a message is sent by a sender to a specific receiver.
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This is the typical case for creating a new chat room, for example.
Learn more about the Comet D messaging features in the reference manual.