[TheGuardian] WhatsApp backdoor allows snooping on encrypted messages

[TheGuardian] WhatsApp backdoor allows snooping on encrypted messages

Privacy campaigners said the vulnerability is a “huge threat to freedom of speech” and warned it can be used by government agencies to snoop on users who believe their messages to be secure. (...)
13 janvier 2017
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