Graham Cluley writes:
US prosecutors have accused Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort of attempting to get witnesses to lie for him in court.
According to a motion filed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s office, Manafort contacted witnesses by phone and an encrypted text messaging app in an attempt to secure “materially false testimony.”
Now, if you’re privacy-conscious, you may be alarmed to hear that the authorities were seemingly able to read Manafort’s end-to-end encrypted conversations. Does this suggest that there’s a backdoor in WhatsApp, or a flaw in its encryption code?
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