There are big deceptions in the online world Signals and telegram have benefited after the uproar caused by WhatsApp’s policy update.

There are big deceptions in the online world Signals and telegram have benefited after the uproar caused by WhatsApp’s policy update. According to data from app analytics firm Sensor Tower, there have been close to 7.5 million signal downloads in the App Store and Google Playstore between January 6 and 10.

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We have all created two worlds. One actuall and the other virtual. That is, we all spend 2.4 hours of our daily life on that new virtual world ie virtual world. While spending 4.3 hours daily on a smartphone. After a long struggle, in the actual world, we had established secrecy using all the tools. Many people get to know about his autobiography or from a book or memoir written after someone close to him. But ever since humans have stepped into the virtual world, there has been a string of secrecy. The hope of privacy in the online world has faded. 4 Furore over Facebook’s new privacy policy In the past, there was a rage in both the virtual world and the real world about Facebook’s new privacy policy. However, before this, Julian Assange earned a lot of name in disclosing privacy in the online world. Many countries are worried about this. Assange is currently in UK jail. Also read- Indians! Proud of you, we! Signals and telegram have benefited after the uproar caused by WhatsApp’s policy update. According to data from app analytics firm Sensor Tower, there have been close to 7.5 million signal downloads in the App Store and Google Playstore between January 6 and 10. This led to a jump of 4,200 per cent in Signal app downloads over the previous week. 4 90 million new users connected with Telegram At the same time, between 6 and 10 January, 9 million new users were added with Telegram. It is now second in the app stores of Google and Apple. India has been a big source for downloads of both signal and telegram apps. Signals and telegrams are very much discussed in terms of safety. Telegram is developed in Russia. While the signal is made by those who made Whats Up. The signal company also does the encryption of WhatsApp. Signal and Telegram are very much discussed Telegram is a cloud chat service. This means that you can use it on many devices (mobile, desk top, tablet, laptop) unlike WhatsApp. Your chats are always synchronized across devices. The Telegram app uses client-to-server encryption. This means that your regular chats are not encrypted end-to-end. Anyone with access to Telegram’s servers can read your chats. However, the only way to ensure that no one reads your chats is to use Telegram’s Secret Chat feature. End-to-end encryption is available in this feature. Anything you send in a secret chat is protected. 4 Telegram did not share data with third parties and governments In this regard, Telegram says that it manages its message storage and description in such a way that anyone will need court permission from many legal systems to access your data. The company says that it has not yet shared a bit of data with third parties and governments. Also read- Government should take initiative immediately A very special feature of Telegram is that you can avoid giving your phone number to add people to it. You can use your username only for this purpose. The company allows bots to communicate with you on its platform. In this privacy mode is automatically enabled, so that they cannot read your chat. But, if a bot is added as the group’s administrator, then it will read your message. Signal ahead in security The signal is far ahead when it comes to security. Signal uses open-source signal protocol for end-to-end encryption. While WhatsApp encrypts users’ messages and calls, the signal goes a step further and also encrypts the metadata. Metadata contains all the information that is used online. 4 Like who are you calling? How long have you been talking How often do you talk to them regularly? When you sent a photo, when was it taken with which camera – all this is metadata. Access to this information can lead to major breaches of privacy, including access to your personal data, such as your password and credit card number. This is how the privacy of signal users is protected However, in order to secure users’ privacy, Signal has devised a new way to communicate between the sender and the recipient (the person receiving the message). Its name is Sealed Sender. No one will know who is messaging in the sealed sender. Signal itself will not be aware of this. This app supports end-to-end encryption for all features. Also read- country in country, country in country Meaning that no one can read your chats. Neither can hear your calls. Signal’s privacy policy states that it only uses your phone number for registration. After this, it does not know anything about your account. The names of contacts or any other information are neither transmitted nor placed on the app’s server. Signal uses open whisper system The signal uses an open whisper system. It automatically encrypts all your convergence end-to-end. Encryption keys are stored on the user’s phone and computers, which reduces the risk of you being monitored. Users can verify each other by scanning passcode numbers or QR codes. This means that the signal does not have any of your data. The signal has two-factor authentication, an option to block screenshots in the app. Recently, Signal introduced a new feature of face blur before sending images.


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