App feature shields users’ identity

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Signal is a messaging app that offers users end-to-end encryption, protecting the privacy of its users. The latest feature that the company is testing is ‘Sealed Sender’, which aims to offer users further security by encrypting the information about which users on the platform are messaging each other. For a messaging app to work, the app company needs to know which account to deliver a user’s messages to. This is also important for verifying users. Signal’s new feature encrypts user identity and stops Signal from accessing data regarding the sender and recipient of a message. The new feature means that…

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