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Signal, Telegram and WhatsApp: the best and worst of the app to chat
New year's day WhatsApp users have sent more than 100 billion messages in just 24 hours. Now that the Coronavirus obliges us to keep at a distance the famous messaging app for sure will have surpassed that milestone. If the strength of WhatsApp is the habit and the ideology that Telegram, always united to the idea, but now that the operators offer unlimited messages the dear old Sms could take his little revenge: even Google has announced Sms 2.0. But what are the messaging app more secure?

messages on WhatsApp we know that they can be spied on. The confirmation comes from the cause that Facebook, who owns WhatsApp, has filed at NSO group, the israeli company of cybersecurity, to have used the popular messaging app for monitoring of journalists, activists and defenders of privacy. Obviously this was not a simple task. Failing to break the system encryption WhatsApp, the NSO has created a malware specific able to allow access to the contents of its users with a simple phone call. Once you have updated WhatsApp to the exploit, the trick no longer worked.
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