Messaging apps have become our preferred mode of communication, allowing us to communicate with our friends at any time and from any location. While Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp are the most well-known of these apps, one has lately arisen to upset the industry by claiming to be the most safe. Telegram Messenger is the name of the app.
- Security is a distinguishing feature of Telegram. It says that all of its actions are encrypted, including chats, groups, and media shared by individuals. This implies they won't be displayed until they've been decoded. Through its built-in function 'Secret Chat,' the software also allows you to set self-destruct timers on messages and media that you share, ranging from two seconds to one week. It also has end-to-end encryption, which means no data is stored on Telegram's servers.
- There's also the option of utilising a picture as an encryption key to confirm the security of your 'Secret Chats.' You can efficiently check that your chat is secure and less prone to man-in-the-middle attacks by comparing your encryption key to that of a friend.