Ahh, no. Android's Messaging App limits the type of files you can send/receive over MMS (and I don't develop for Android).
From what I have heard to MMS gets lost or not sent on iOS. MMS is just HTTP with SMS, so it seems like Apple developers don't have a good understanding of how to use HTTP.
@alper @kop316 I was on the recipient end in the test, but I believe what @kop316 did was just write some message to a file, encrypt it with something like "gpg -r craftyguy -e file" & attach it to a MMS. I received it and did gpg -d to decrypt. It was mainly a POC to see if it would work and (unsurprisingly in hind sight) it did.
Would be cool if #Chatty (or other SMS/MMS apps on Linux) supported automatic decryption/encryption if you had someone's pub key, or if you received an encrypted msg
@craftyguy @kop316 I am sure it would be not hard to fork Dino for this purpose. Or a script to pipe xmpp sms gateway to gpg. On android it is possible to achieve desired automated result with suit of existing software. Still RSA is a little bit long to send through SMS. Elliptic curve keys ciphertext is a lot shorter but trusting them is still debated. SMS client Silence for android can be an example too.
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