This page contains links to the most recently built binaries for each Tox client. Keep in mind that these clients are alpha software under heavy development, and are probably not ready for day-to-day use. Because of how significantly the code is still changing, a professional audit hasn't yet been started. You will probably run into various usability bugs, and may even encounter dangerous security vulnerabilities.
That having been said, hundreds of people around the world have devoted time, effort, and resources to the project in an effort to make Tox as secure as possible. While open source projects are not immune to serious longstanding security vulnerabilities, their threat is greatly reduced, as the code is open for anyone to review. Over time, as Tox gets closer to being stable, a proper security audit will be conducted, and the code will be checked thoroughly for any possible security concerns.
Share the Love
This is where you tell your friends how awesome Tox is.
(These are all manual sharing links, no creepy tracking widgets.)
Tweet your friends:
Tired of worrying if someone's reading your conversations? Ditch Skype and other unsafe chat programs for #tox!Tweet
Post on Facebook:
Whether it's corporations or governments, there's just too much digital spying going on today. Tox is easy-to-use software that connects you with friends and family without anyone else listening in. While other big-name services require you to pay for features, Tox is totally free and comes without advertising — forever.Share
Share on Diaspora:
Join me on Tox, a distributed, encrypted, multimedia messenger!d* Post