Twitter's encrypted DMs are now available for eligible users on the latest versions of its app for mobile and web. The feature only works for verified users, verified organizations, and affiliates.
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Twitter is getting a bunch of new features such as DM Replies, a new emoji picker, and encrypted DMs, the company announced. In the future, Twitter will also add video and audio calling functionality.
Although Google Authenticator customers are rejoicing over the addition of sync functionality to the app, security researchers have noted that it does not have end-to-end encryption yet.
Meta is adding new features to the Ray-Ban Stories smart glasses. They can make hands-free calls, hear message readouts, and send end-to-end encrypted messages with WhatsApp using keyphrases.
As part of the v40 software update, Meta is testing End-to-End Encryption in Quest VR Messenger app, and has rolled out features such as Mono Audio, sound level balancing, and even App Unlock.
Meta has announced a bunch of changes for end-to-end encrypted communication on its Messenger platforms. Enhancements include notifications for screenshots of disappearing messages, GIFs, and more.
End-to-end encryption is finally supported in Microsoft Teams calls, but only in one-to-one unscheduled calls. The capability is currently in public preview so there are a few caveats to be aware of.