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A huge Whats App design flaw that allows anyone to infiltrate private group chats has been uncovered by security researchers.

They found that anyone with control over Whats App's servers can add people to private group chats, including staff, hackers and governments who legally demand access.Facebook, which owns Whats App, has denied the flaw is a problem.The firm's Chief Security Officer Alex Stamos wrote on Twitter that the bug is not effective because Whats App users are notified when new members join conversations Once a person has infiltrated a conversation, everyone in the chat automatically shares secret keys with that user.This means they have access to all future messages, but cannot view past ones.'The confidentiality of the group is broken as soon as the uninvited member can obtain all the new messages and read them,' study coauthor Paul Rösler, told Wired.