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@schroeder is correct in the way that the infrastructure works, it's considered "secure". However, there is another vector, and anybody who is coming here to learn about security should be made aware of this: notifications for newly received telegram The encryption ends at the application. One the mobile device itself, the content is clearly ...


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Telegram uses the Firebase Cloud Messaging system for its push notifications on Android, and APNS (Apple's equivalent) on iOS devices. These notifications to the Telegram app on your phone come from the Google and Apple servers, respectively. Telegram -> Push Service (Google/Apple/etc) -> phone -> app -> notification So yes, the traffic is not ...


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Apps in background can not receive messages. Instead, they must be notified using so-called push messages which are sent from the app's server to google/apple and from there to your mobile. These push messages may include payload which is displayed on your phone (this is what you notice as new message). This payload is clear text. When you tap on the ...


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Google Fi users and Google One users are entitled to use a Google-run VPN on their Android devices, over both Wi-Fi and cellular data. Caveats: They are both paid services. In the US, Google One costs a minimum of $10 per month or $100 per year* and Google Fi costs a minimum of $20 per month.** As far as I have been able to determine, Google Fi and Google ...


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