Whatsapp End To End Encryption
Whatsapp End To End Encryption News
Facebook India policy director to Parliamentary panel: WhatsApp's encryption makes snooping from our end impossible
In October, WhatsApp said Indian journalists and human rights activists were among those globally spied upon by unidentified entities, using an Israeli spyware — Pegasus.
This new rule is part of a new treaty between the two countries, which will reportedly be signed next month.
Tamil Nadu state lawyers believe WhatsApp must have some semblance of traceability for investigating crimes.
The vulnerability allowed hackers to change the content of the message in the quoted text.
The aftermath of the Pulwama terror attacks has again punched holes in WhatsApp’s defences on its India strategy working
Facebook hired an online army of more than 7,000 people which is assigned to crack down on terrorists using the site.
On Saturday, Communications Minister Rudiantara told Reuters by text message that Telegram had not processed the government's requests to take down "radical" content quickly enough.
Law enforcement agencies face difficulty dealing with encrypted communications like WhatsApp says RS Prasad
Indian security agencies are unable to decrypt some of the communication on platforms like WhatsApp to readable formats for various reasons such as technical as well as legal and regulatory policy, Parliament was informed Friday.
WhatsApp end-to-end encryption is legal in India for now. Changes in regulations might not keep it so for long.
A complete secure conversation is something WhatsApp has promised. However, it may not be the complete truth.
The US has raised an alarm over end-to-end encryption of all messages from Facebook-owned WhatsApp, saying that strong encryption should not provide cyber safe havens to terrorists and child pornographers.
An online privacy tool endorsed by Edward Snowden is being used to protect WhatsApp messages from snooping by encrypting them as they travel the Internet.