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1:41 am — Tuesday, 25 October 2016
Apple's "end-to-end" encryption of iMessage is pure fantasy for the simple reason that Apple control the directory service. They can simply replace a genuine key with an intercept key in order to capture your messages. Bloody useless if you actually want privacy.
12:47 pm — Tuesday, 25 October 2016
By SEAN SCHUBERT
Monday, 24 October 2016
First of all, sorry for not posting anything of substance lately. (I do have other hobbies, you know!)
Now, I don’t really have many good ideas these days, so it won’t surprise you that I didn’t have this one. Luckily for you, someone else did. Here is the idea: Apple’s messaging application is the only one that has “end-to-end encryption” (don’t ask me what that actually means!) and can be used on your phone and your Mac.
Actually, that’s not that interesting is it! Sorry everyone – I do appreciate you reading my blog.
UPDATE: Actually, the whole post was wrong. I can’t apologise enough for wasting your time.
1:52 pm — Tuesday, 25 October 2016
@sean I would like to subscribe to your newsletter.
3:07 pm — Tuesday, 25 October 2016
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