Infosec bod bags reward for spotting image privacy bug
VIdeo Telegram has fixed a bug that broke one of its chat app's key privacy features: the ability to fully delete your sensitive messages on recipients' phones.
The software claimed it could effectively recall messages you sent to your friends: recalled chats were said to be deleted from their devices.
However, bug-bounty hunter Dhiraj Mishra told The Register today that while the text content of messages would be removed, any attached images would inadvertently remain on the handset.
And while it's fair to assume that, generally speaking, once you send data to someone on the internet, that information is effectively out of your hands and virtually impossible to recall, bear in mind this remote-delete mechanism is a feature of ..