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  • '''[[AOL]] Instant Messenger''', or '''AIM''' for short, was an iconic instant messaging program launched in 1997. [http://aturtschi.com/AIL/index.html AIL - Instant Logger] and [https://web.archive.org/web/20021013212735/http://www.jdennis.
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  • WhatsApp is an end-to-end encrypted instant messaging service owned by Facebook. It launched in 2009. {{Template:Instant messengers}}
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  • ...enger''', later rebranded as '''Windows Live Messenger''', was Microsoft's instant messaging platform active from 1999 to 2012 and fully shut down in 2017. I ...s/MSNandLiveMessengerArtefactsOfConversations.pdf The Forensic Recovery of Instant Messages from MSN Messenger and Windows Live Messenger]
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  • '''Slack''' is an instant messaging server. Groups of users can share a subdomain of slack.com and cr {{Instant messengers}}
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