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Whatsapp is one of the most popular communication apps around the global After the case of the richest men in the world Jeff Bazos higher officials of the united states don’t consider WhatsApp a secure means of communication.

Jeff is the CEO of Amazon he is also known as the richest man in the world Bazos was illegally hacked by Saudi Arabian crown prince Mohammed Bin Salman who has sent a Malware-laden video file to the CEO.

Both of them were engaged in a friendly exchange of massages bazos did not suspect anything of the sort, Plus the Un Spokesperson also said that “we don’t consider WhatsApp an as secure mechanism”

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres also added that exchange of messages with heads of states over Whatsapp.

“Every senior UN official has been instructed to refrain from using WhatsApp for official communication since it is not a secure medium. So, I do not think the Secretary-General uses it.”

furthermore, in June 2019 it was clarified not to use WhatsApp as a secure means of communications.

Carl Woog, WhatsApp’s Director

He said that Every Private Message is secured Via end to end encryption to prevent WhatsApp or unwanted third-party sources from viewing messages.

Our Encryption technology developed together with signal Remains the best to date and is highly regarded by security experts.

Oded Vanunu, Researcher at Tel Aviv-based security consultancy Checkpoint said that This Ban on Facebook’s Subsidiary has left security experts stunned He said.

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“WhatsApp takes security seriously compared to other social media messaging platforms. Every application has vulnerabilities that can be exploited in some way. Most run-of-the-mill messaging platforms can only dream of the kind of security measures taken by WhatsApp.”

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