Default end-to-end encryption (E2EE) for Messenger chats has begun to expand globally, according to a Monday announcement from Meta Platforms.
More users will notice that parts of their chats are progressively being upgraded with an additional layer of security provided by end-to-end encryption over the next months, according to Melissa Miranda of Meta.
The social media giant stressed that the process of picking and updating the chats to support E2EE is random but stated that it wants to alert users in a few specific chat threads as the security feature is enabled.
Miranda continued, “It’s supposed to be random so there isn’t a detrimental impact on our infrastructure and people’s chat experience read the complete article Facebook Introduces New Features for End-to-End Encrypted Messenger App.
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