Whatsapp Introduces New Feature in App

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Whatsapp, which was acquired by Facebook and is becoming the fastest growing communication company in world, has come up with a new feature on their app. This feature is known as End-to-End Encryption. It has been integrated into the latest versions of their app. When end-to-end encrypted, your messages, photos, videos, voice messages, documents, and calls are secured from falling into the wrong hands.

Let us see some of the Merits of this new feature. 

  • Security by Default
WhatsApp's end-to-end encryption is available when you and the people you message use the latest versions of our app. Many messaging apps only encrypt messages between you and them, but WhatsApp's end-to-end encryption ensures only you and the person you're communicating with can read what is sent, and nobody in between, not even Whatsapp. This is because your messages are secured with a lock, and only the recipient and you have the special key needed to unlock and read them. For added protection, every message you send has its own unique lock and key. All of this happens automatically: no need to turn on settings or set up special secret chats to secure your messages.

  • Speak Freely

Whatsapp Calling lets you talk to your friends and family, even if they're in another country. Just like your messages, Whatsapp calls are end-to-end encrypted so Whatsapp and third parties can't listen to them.

  • Messages that Stay with You

Your messages should be in your hands. That's why Whatsapp doesn't store your messages on our servers once we deliver them, and end-to-end encryption means that Whatsapp and third parties can't read them anyway.

  • See for Yourself

Whatsapp lets you check whether the calls you make and messages you send are end-to-end encrypted. Simply look for the indicator in contact info or group info.



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