Kamakoti a professor at the IIT Madras tells ‘how to trace WhatsApp messages‘.
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Technically, it seems impossible to track the message begetter on WhatsApp. Subsequently, the feature of encryption became useful. A professor of the Indian Institute of Technology-Madras (IIT-M) told his viewers that it can also be done without enchroaching user’s privacy.
As per the demands of the traceablity of WhatsApp messages, India has been stressing alot to avoid the transmission of missinformation and rumors on the messaging applications and catch the minds behind them. Technically, it seems impossible to track the message begetter on WhatsApp. Subsequently, the feature of encryption became useful. A professor of Indian Institute of Technology-Madras (IIT-M) told his viewers that it can also be done without enchroaching user’s privacy.
A computer science teacher at IIT-B Dr. V. Kamakoti shaped some of the claims pondering on how the message begetter on Facebook owned firm could be imitated. Dr. Kamakoti has been asked by the high court to submit his plans on the technical usabilities of chasing the WhatsApp messages begetter.
Moreover, he initiated two preferences that WhatsApp Tracking could adopt to enclose sender’s information with content. Accordingly, it’s what submitted to the Madras High Court. Dr. Kamakoti suggested that WhatsApp could enclose the information in many formats (open, an encrypted or visible).
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When we talk about the first option; WhatsApp forward is tagged with the sender’s information which could be explored by all the recipients. And, talking about the second option, the information transits with each message which is only visible to WhatsApp and on demand, it can be shared with investigative bureau’s too.
Lastly, to have a traceability scheme on a podium, WhatsApp has to switch its entire architecture so that it can support the embedding of elements to trace messages without infringing on the rights of users.
Hopefully, the next update will be more exciting.