Users shouldn’t trust on WhatsApp’s end-to-end encryption

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#1

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WhatsApp end-to-end encryption is incomplete can’t be fully trusted, according to the German Heise Security after analysis of the popular chat client.

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#2

I guess we can wait for the “gradual” process. It’s not like we have anything to lose, except for our privacy, security, and freedom. Take your time, you’ve only got several million users depending on you.


#3

IMHO OTR is the most secure encryption protocol.
I use it in Pidjin for PC and IM+ for android or https://otr.to in browser