Security experts skeptical of encrypted messenger’s claims.
Rumors that President Donald Trump’s aides are using an encrypted messaging app called Confide has landed the software firmly in the spotlight – and under the security microscope.
The Washington Post on Monday mentioned that Confide, built by a startup in New York City, is used by some White House staffers to gossip in private. The app was billed by the newspaper as “a secret chat app – that erases messages as soon as they’re read.” The aides, fearful of being accused of leaking to the press, turned to Confide in an attempt to cover their tracks and stay off the radar.
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