Snowden documents show spy agencies exploiting issues with China’s most popular browser
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Snowden documents show spy agencies exploiting issues with China’s most popular browser

New reports from CBC News and the Intercept show that intelligence agencies in Canada, the United States, Australia, the United Kingdom, and New Zealand exploited vulnerabilities in Alibaba’s UC Br…

Source: pando.com

No, or poorly implemented, encryption leaves the field open for exploits. You never know who and why someone will listen, but you can be rest assured that someone will.

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Snowden documents show spy agencies exploiting issues with China’s most popular browser