​5 Big Reasons College Students Should Be Using Cyber Dust​

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Cyber Dust is the Mark Cuban backed app with a message-destructing feature that wipes anything you post off the face of the planet, permanently. Nothing you send inside the app will ever hit a server. Your messages are 100% untraceable, no one is going to see your message, except for the chosen recipient, of course.

Get exclusive content. Text and image message privately. No regrets. Here are the top five reasons to use Cyber Dust.

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In case you’ve been living under a joyless rock for the better part of the last year, we exclusively moved one of the website’s staple flagship galleries, Rush Boobs, over to Cyber Dust. The only way to view the weekly barrage of bongos is to download the Cyber Dust app and add +TotalFratMove.

You’re in a fraternity

So you’re trying to get fraternity business done and keep it off the books, but want to be responsible and careful on how you go about it. Cyber Dust is perfect for your organization. Not only are messages heavily encrypted, they also disappear after being read and are protected from screenshots. No paper trail. Once messages are gone, they’re truly gone forever.

You’ll never incriminate yourself with your girl

So you’re crushing an outrageous amount of side P, but want to keep it on the low because you have a main chick. See above. Problems with sexting are a thing of the past with Cyber Dust.

Eliminates multiple apps

Cyber Dust essentially makes the other social apps on your phone irrelevant. It brings everything together: group chats, photo sharing apps, even email. Plus, it keeps the stupid shit you and your boys say to one another to just one another with superior security.

Mark Cuban

You’re all familiar. Cubes is deeply involved with Cyber Dust and will sometimes send his always entertaining quips, opinions, and rants solely on the app. Just keeping up with Mark should be reason enough to download.

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