Meta makes end-to-end encryption a default option for calls and messages across its Facebook and Messenger platforms.
The encryption will keep the sender and the recipient private, where not even Meta can decode the exchange of messages across the platform.
Encrypted chats will be the standard for all users in the future, tells Facebook. The company’s cryptographers, engineers, designers, and product managers have worked to create this security shield to rebuild Messenger features to keep the security level high.
Meta believes that encrypted message features can help keep users safe from hackers, fraudsters, and criminals. The security will also keep users away from abusive privacy features so that there are zero criminal activities across the platform.