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New Government Private Messaging App Already Has Security Breaches

The new application Tchap must replace Telegram and Whatsapp. – ROSLAN RAHMAN / AFP

Has chap already done pschitt? The new private courier government, allegedly oversubscribed, which was launched Wednesday, has just been hacked, said BFMTV. This application, for the sole use of the members of the government and their collaborators, is supposed to replace
Whatsapp and
Telegram for professional exchanges in law firms.

While he does not have an email address that theoretically allows him to access this private messenger, a cybersecurity specialist, Elliot Alderson, said Thursday on Twitter, have managed to access the application in a few minutes only. He wanted to alert the team that programs the software, Matrix.

Tchap developers told BFMTV that the security bug was quickly fixed: "Messaging has just been launched, it is a start-up phase. Most importantly, we have been able to identify and correct this flaw as soon as possible. "

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