The Chat is now over 2 billion monthly users around the world, the app was purchased by Facebook in 2014, which is far greater than the Messenger, Telegram, and other competitors. The company used the announcement to advocate for the use of cryptographic end-to-end messages.
- The design of the law, whether that is Facebook and WhatsApp require the social security number on the registration form
- Why are all the chats in the Telegram, are not to be secret?
In February 2016, WhatsApp has reached the milestone of 1 billion active users on a monthly basis. Then, in February of 2018 at the latest, on this basis, it has increased to £ 1.5 billion. And now, in February 2020, which is 2 billion people accessing the app at least once a month.
The Facebook, for its part, has 2.5 billion users. The company also said that, 2,89 billion people with access to at least one of its platforms every month-this includes the Facebook, Instagram, Messenger and WhatsApp.
WhatsApp advocates for the encryption of the end-to-end
“The more people we connect, the more it is our commitment to protect the information they share online,” said WhatsApp in a statement. “For this reason, it is more important than ever for us to continue protecting all conversation in WhatsApp, the encryption is end-to-end.”
According to the company, the encryption is end-to-end to help you protect you from hackers and other cyber criminals to digital,” and says that no one can read your messages or even WhatsApp”. For her protection, encryption, end-to-end”, it is a necessity; we will not relinquish the security because that would leave the most vulnerable people”.
Pavel Durov CEO of Telegram, and said in the fall of 2017, which is the encryption of the end-to-end it “is a myth created by the carefully by the marketing efforts of the Facebook/WhatsApp”. WhatsApp uses your Google Drive (Android) and ios (on the iPhone) to store your messages in, but they are decrypted.
In the Telegram, in turn, have their own servers to store the history of users, and it offers the live chat of secret, optional encryption, end-to-end. The app had 200 million users in march 2018 at the latest.