Now let’s look at the tools at our disposal. Glimpse, for example, is an end to end encrypted photo and video messaging app. (Full disclosure, I led the team that built this app.) Using an app like this I can send a photo to you, in real time, which absolutely verifies that I am the sender. The Glimpse app has icons to show whether a photo or video has been uploaded from camera roll or whether it is being sent in real time. This kind of iconography is important, in order to evaluate the photo that is being received. This principle of verifying your contacts via video chat or real time photos applies to any encrypted app with a similar feature set. This does not work well for anonymous use cases (obviously) but real name real time encrypted chat is worth our attention. Note that Glimpse is out of the app store while we harden security features.