Cybersecurity experts found seven flaws in the UK’s contact-tracing app

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Two cybersecurity researchers have identified seven security flaws in the UK government’s COVID-19 contact-tracing app. The app is currently being trialed on the Isle of Wight before being rolled out to the rest of the UK population. The researchers recommend that the app switch from using a centralized approach, which pools user data in a central server, to a decentralized approach. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

The UK government’s contact-tracing app has got a number of serious security flaws according to cybersecurity experts who analyzed its source code.

A report by two cybersecurity experts, Dr

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