I've started using Jitsi 2.0 and its really be great so far, thanks to
everyone who spent so much time toiling over it, thank you!
One (hopefully simple) question I have is in regard to encrypted instant
messaging. The Jitsi features page < https://jitsi.org/Main/Features > has
a section on Security that states:
Encrypted Instant Messaging with Off-the-Record Messaging (OTR)
I also found this excellent page with details about OTR <
My short experience with Jitsi 2.0 and a buddy, we were able to
authenticate key pairs and thus fingerprints of those keys in Jitsi 2.0
Security -> Chat options and then we were able to authenticate each other
per the suggested approach (telephone or encrypted email). So, I guess this
means Jitsi 2.0 comes with the Java libraries that implement OTR? Or am I
maybe mistaken? If I am not mistaken, which libraries are used for OTR?
Cheers and thanks again for the great efforts in Jitsi 2.0 its really quite
nice (using on a MacBook running OS X 10.8.2 "Mountain Lion" without any
problems so far)!