Whatsapp In Trouble With Its Leaked Chats In SSR case

Source: NDTV gadgets

Whatsapp has problems with its leaked chats in SSR case: Whatsapp is India’s leading social networking platform. With encrypted security, WhatsApp was the most used here in India. However, recent events have suggested otherwise.

So how did the Narcotics Control Bureau get hold of the talk from Rhea and Jaya, Sushant’s talent agent?

Whatsapp under questions with the SSR case in progress

The Narcotics Control Bureau has found an old conversation while investigating the Bollywood drug corner, an offshoot of the Sushant Singh Rajput case.

Whatsapp chat that went viral from Sushant Singh Rajput’s phone.

Based on the chats dating back to 2017 on Jaya Saha’s cell phone, the central body has called Deepika Padukone and Shraddha Kapoor.

Source: INDIA.com
Rhea Chakraborty viral chats

The investigation into actor Sushant’s death had initially led to a number of Rhea Chakroborty’s WhatsApp chats being ‘leaked’.

Is Whatsapp Safe?

On Thursday, the WhatsApp spokesperson spoke about the policy of the Social Media Platform.

Source: Hindustan Times
Spokesman Whatsapp Thursday.

Experts say law enforcement agencies can grab a user’s phone and clone it on another device.

Then make a mirror image of the phone and transfer all data from the phone like call recordings, messages, videos, pictures and even WhatsApp chats.

Copy of Google Drive or iCloud content, including data even deleted from user’s phone.

WhatsApp chats are not encrypted

The spokesperson also added:

“WhatsApp follows operating system manufacturers’ guidelines for storage on the device and we encourage people to take advantage of all operating system security features, such as strong passwords or biometric identifiers, to prevent third parties from accessing content stored on the device . “

Source: India Today

In addition, WhatsApp users usually back up their chats to Google Drive or iCloud.

Thus, the messages between Deepika and Karishma are stored on one of the cloud services and opened in the same way.

As per the security and privacy policy, the messaging platform follows some operational guidelines for law enforcement officers who want to request data from them.

“WhatsApp is willing to carefully review, validate and respond to requests from law enforcement agencies based on applicable law and policies,”

WhatsApp says in its security and privacy policy.

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