Saturday, 17 February 2018

WhatsApp's 'delete for everyone' feature has a loophole: How to read deleted messages

Whitsap is one of the most popular messaging apps worldwide with more than 1.5 billion monthly active users. Its popularity is primarily driven by ease of use, and the number of features that Facebook offers proprietary platform to its users.

For Whatsapp, last year was particularly important with the application, in which some new features including voice calling were added, video calling for some names. One of the most important updates was the ability to memorize the messages. Whatsapp called this feature as 'Removal for everyone', and it gives users a brief window to remove messages from both ends of the communication.
Whatsapp allows its users to delete the message sent to the sender and receiver and send it within seven minutes. However, the next web reports that there is a way to keep deleted messages It notes that deleted messages can be placed in the same manner as receiver messages or seven minutes at any point after which the message can not be deleted.

One of the simplest ways to keep a deleted message is by selecting special messages and sending it as a quoted text, therefore, even after removing the sender's original message, there was an option to view them as a bid is. It is not clear whether this is a bug or it means working in the same way.

Whatsapp messages are end-to-end encrypted, and the company says that as soon as the sender removes them for all, the messages end up with their servers, while Whatsapp says that a message is only for seven minutes Can be removed within, a Spanish blog claims that messages can be deleted even after seven minutes. It says hacks work for both reading and unread messages on the make-up platform.

It says that the message exists in the notification logs and Android Jeff as a notification in the device, which states that users can remove messages from there or were missed through a third party Android app called notification history. Can access messages. Whatsapps may be planning to fix these deficiencies in this system, but the benefits of having a feature can not be denied in this way. If only Twitter adds an option to edit tweets, then our social life will be more resolved and simplified.