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If you've sent top secret txt msgs over your cellphone (Nicole has gr8 @ss don't u think?) and worried that it will fall into the wrong hands, StealthText by Staellium UK is for you. Basically, when you delete a message with StealthText, the log will stay on a secure server for a certain amount of time before it's completely gone. That's a law, believe it or not. And nobody will be able to access said server, so I guess they assume it will be alright. Though it seems to me that anyone who's finished Hacker 101 may be able to get in there, but what do I know? Your recipient can also reply using StealthText, creating what they say is a private channel of 2-way communication. To sign up (only in the UK right now, sorry) you just text STEALTH to 80880 to receive a link that will allow them to download the StealthText applet via a WAP connection. To unsubscribe to the service simply text STEALTH STOP to 80880 . Sounds a bit suspicious, but hey, everyone has to make a buck.

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