Experts Find Security Hole In Apple’s iMessage Encryption: Here’s What They Were Able To Do

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Researchers have found a security flaw in Apple iMessage that can be used for intercepting data.

A team of researchers led by cryptography expert Matthew D. Green of Johns Hopkins University say that they have found a bug, which allows them to break the encryption of iMessages. Green suggests that the encryption vulnerability allows a skilled attacker to decrypt videos and photos sent as secure instant messages.

The researchers explain that their method of decrypting needs iMessage data to be in transit and not stored.

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