"iMessage is not architected to allow Apple to read messages" - Apple's Spokeswoman

There have been some rumors connected with iMessage recently. Numerous users and software experts claimed that the service is insecure and Apple, if forced, can easily get access to the instant messages sent by the army of the iPhone, iPad and Mac users. Latest research proved those skeptics were wrong.

“iMessage is not architected to allow Apple to read messages,” said Apple spokeswoman Trudy Muller in a statement to AllThingsD. “The research discussed theoretical vulnerabilities that would require Apple to re-engineer the iMessage system to exploit it, and Apple has no plans or intentions to do so.”

However, it is still unclear whether such organisations as National Security Agency can intercept iMessage messages without Apple’s permission and help or not. Let’s hope that Apple is a company we can trust and that its developers and security experts do their best to keep our personal data secured. Frankly speaking, there’s no other way out for us.

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Written by Andrey

Friday, October 18, 2013. 23:41

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