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Plus that statement leaves so much room for interpretation.
Maybe they don't think it's inappropriate to comply with lawful requests.
For example, they protect against man in the middle attacks.
Self-signed certificates don't provide this assurance of identity and therefore are not worth much security-wise unless you have personally verified that a self-signed certificate was created by the entity that you intend.
How can I find out if it is the case, that they are?I have tried to explain to relatives and friends on the dangers of using the phone or even just unlocking it for a call but AI have been labeled as paranoid and surely enough, officials have released statements that the CCTVs in the elevators and public areas are all networked and run through "filters" and "programs" for "Anti-Terrorism" efforts.If you have someone important to message, think along the lines of the US President but on a easier to replicate scale. As usual, you can also use this squid post to talk about the security stories in the news that I haven't covered. Tags: squid Posted on February 2, 2018 at PM • 116 Comments • February 2, 2018 PM Simple question, that I'd posted too late for last week's Friday crowd: How can you find out whether a company thinks it is using a signed (not self-signed) security certificate on its website?If all I see in my browser, when I go there, is that in the address bar it says "Secure" - but in actuality the co.
Considering the attention to detail in other parts of their software, not understanding technical nuances isn't credible explanation. Whats App has intentionally deviated from what Moxie offered them.