Nathaniel Suchy, a programmer from the United States was able to find a vulnerability in the desktop version of Telegram, which gives access to the keys. He states that Telegram stores messages in an encrypted SQLite database. To which Pavel Durov, the creator of the messenger, replies: “This statement itself is obvious, but its veiled description allows us to confuse a person who is far from technology.” He later explained that a “vulnerability” that would allow an attacker to take possession of your data is possible only if he has access to the computer. Do you trust messengers and how? Write in the comments.
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