The online network application “WhatsApp” allows customers to connect even in case of technical problems or closed Internet access. According to the UK BBC, such an opportunity is provided through proxy servers.
WhatsApp encourages the use of proxy so that “people can communicate freely”. Representatives of the app have announced that they will provide instructions on how to create it.
“Connecting through a proxy server provides the same level of privacy and security as WhatsApp,” the app said in a statement.
It also states that it will continue to be protected by ensuring that people’s personal information remains among certain people.
“As in the case of Iran, people may not be able to access the internet due to government restrictions, using a proxy server may allow people to stay connected to WhatsApp,” the app says.
Source: Tv Net
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