Telegram CEO blames China for cyber attack that made the app unusable

One of the top ten most popular messaging apps in the world is Telegram, available for iOS and Android. Not as widely used in the U.S., the app offers end-to-end encryption and group chats for as many as 200,000 people. The app also can share videos, even those with large file sizes, and documents of any type. A tweet from Telegram CEO Pavel Durov (via Reuters) blames China for a cyberattack that hit the Telegram app and affected its subscribers earlier this week.
Durov says that a large Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack originated from an internet address …

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