Authorities have hit back at a report by an overseas cybersecurity firm that claimed Hong Kong’s Covid-19 risk-exposure app was vulnerable to data leaks and phishing. Photo: Dickson Lee
Authorities have hit back at a report by an overseas cybersecurity firm that claimed Hong Kong’s Covid-19 risk-exposure app was vulnerable to data leaks and phishing. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong government slams ‘inaccurate’ report on city’s Covid-19 risk-exposure app by overseas cybersecurity firm

  • Office of the Government Chief Information Officer reiterates reliability and safety of government’s ‘Leave Home Safe’ Covid-19 risk-exposure app
  • Authorities’ statement came day after Poland-based 7Asecurity claimed software had at least 12 vulnerabilities that could lead to phishing attacks or data leaks

Authorities have hit back at a report by an overseas cybersecurity firm that claimed Hong Kong’s Covid-19 risk-exposure app was vulnerable to data leaks and phishing. Photo: Dickson Lee
Authorities have hit back at a report by an overseas cybersecurity firm that claimed Hong Kong’s Covid-19 risk-exposure app was vulnerable to data leaks and phishing. Photo: Dickson Lee
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