Google makes a u-turn on privacy with its new chat app, Allo.
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If there is one thing we have learnt over the years, it’s this. Few users ever change the default settings.
Security researchers have found that user error can be responsible for compromising the exchanges of encrypted communications apps like Signal.
David Bisson reports.
Eris Industries says it simply cannot engage in business if it is forced to incorporate cryptographic backdoors that can be accessed by MI5 and GCHQ.
The first of many?
The UK government’s plans for a Snooper’s Charter and backdoors on secure messaging applications don’t prove popular with one technology company.
The Electronic Freedom Foundation attempts to determine which secure messaging solutions are actually secure.
Read more in my article on the Optimal Security blog.
Help the UK government show the British people which apps they should use for (in)secure messaging.