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The FBI Used Anom To Read Secret Encrypted Messages From Criminals Around The World

The FBI tricked criminals into using a secure messaging app (or so they thought) that was supposed to be end-to-end encrypted.

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The idea was actually to make these devices private and secure but then changes were made and the FBI with the…

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Sam Writes Security

Sam Writes Security

I write about the internet and Cyber Security| Hoping the World — Wide — Web becomes a safer place. “Cybersam-writes@protonmail.com”

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