Good news today for both Apple’s iMessage and the neighborhood drug dealer. The messaging service which allows users to send texts, sexts, photos, videos and group messages over Wi-Fi3G and LTE networks as an alternative to standard text messaging has provided quite a challenge for the Drug Enforcement Agency’s surveillance. An iMessage from one iPhone to another has proven to be nearly impossible to intercept due to its secure end-to-end encryption. While it may be hard to determine exactly how well it works, it seems to be doing its job: