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Does Twitter implement the Signal protocol for encrypted DMs?

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Does Twitter implement the Signal protocol for encrypted DMs?

One of the main goals of Musk is to make it easier for people to communicate on social media.

As part of the project, Musk briefed employees on the plan to implement speach. Musk wants to enable video and voice calls between users. The signal protocol appears to be used to implement the service.

Will the Signal protocol power Twitter’s encrypted DMs?

According to a recent article, security researchers claim to have found code references to the Signal protocol. Jane Manchun Wong, a digital creator, said that the social media platform is moving toward adopting a signal for speach. This could be a big step forward in Musk’s plans. Meta’s Facebook Messenger has been using the Signal protocol for a while.

“Twitter will adopt the Signal protocol for encrypted DMs. See the Signal protocol code references inside Twitter’s iOS app.”

No room for a data breach

Musk spoke to employees about cutting the slack for users who worry about their privacy, according to The Verge. He had a plan to allow messages to be sent without fear. According to the report, users shouldn’t think someone at the social networking site could spy on them. Experts say that it will not be easy to implement the messaging on the micro-messaging service.

Alec Muffett, who worked on Meta’s end-to-end encryption system for Messenger, expressed reservations about the challenges facing the company. He said that it took 18 months for the Signal protocol to be integrated into Facebook Messenger.

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