Facebook has rolled out end-to-end encryption for all 900 million Messenger users so your conversations can’t be monitored by third parties. However, the new feature isn’t as usable as it needs to be. You’ll need to manually enable the ‘Secret Conversations’ feature for each and every chat, and both participants need to have the latest version of the app installed for this to work.
Facebook on Tuesday launched end-to-end encryption for all users of its Messenger mobile app, though the option isn't on by default, and comes with some other limitations.
All 1 billion Facebook Messenger users can now encrypt their messages so that governments, hackers, and even Facebook itself can’t read them. Facebook announced its “Secret” messages feature back in July. Now it’s fully rolled out, ...
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Facebook Messenger's 'Secret Conversations' allow end-to-end encryption, but the feature is opt-in. Here's how to turn it on and use it.