Many users in Bangladesh and other countries are facing problems when trying to send messages, photos and videos through the Messenger app of Facebook.
Many individuals have lost all files and media shared through the messaging platform, leaving them without access to important documents, photos, and videos.
Facebook has recently shared an update on its plans to switch on end-to-end encryption by default in its Messenger chat platform. The social media giants mentioned that it began testing the feature for chats “between some people” recently.
Facebook said it is trying to get its messaging apps to be friends, allowing encrypted missives be exchanged no matter which of its services are used.
A new report shows that hackers from Russia have obtained login credentials for more than 272.3 million email accounts, which are now available for sale in Russia’s criminal underworld.
Facebook is launching a new feature for Messenger called Message Requests, that makes it easier for people to receive (or ignore) messages from people they aren't friends with.
Video calling in Messenger is launching for people using Apple or Android devices in a number of countries and will hit more countries over the coming months.
Mark Zuckerberg unveiled Messenger Platform, describing it as a way for software developers to boost appeal to the more than 600 million people using the application.