AmigoJack wrote: ↑
Tue Oct 24, 2017 6:59 am
Oh, if we want to talk about probability instead of facts I could post even more things to access private messages. My fault.
You are arguing in circles. It's not a matter of if they can be protected, it's a matter of implementing it.
Minimally they can be protected using the password as the private key. This would be far from 100% secure but would be better than nothing.
As it is now with crime syndicates and state backed hacking aggregating data from various sources steps that can be taken to protect users data should be taken.