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IN Science & Technology ON 07 May, 2016
WhatsApp has been in the news ever since it implemented end-to-end encryption for its users' privacy. Statistics from February 2016 tell us there are a billion active users on WhatsApp now. After the encryption is incorporated into the application, WhatsApp claims to not have the key to encryption, so that even it cannot decrypt them. Therefore, hacking is way too impossible.
This has stirred the governments of nations worldwide to consider banning WhatsApp in the wake of national threat. Brazil had recently banned WhatsApp for a short period, and in India too, a petition has been filed for the same.
Well, now if it gets banned, you could still use it illegally.
The services have been with us for some time now. They make up a tunnel online, so that you access all online services without having to reveal your identity. VPN apps are the sole way you can get to use banned apps. These are easily available on Google Play and have no legal strings attached as yet.
Hotspot Shield is one such app. This is the most trusted app. Of course, there are other choices, too.
This one is a faster, smoother, and user-friendly free VPN proxy. It can unblock websites, and make you secure in an open Wi-Fi, and get your privacy protection.
It can be used anywhere to unblock banned websites, and requires no trials, registrations, or logins. It even bypasses firewalls, and the Internet filters at workplace or school.
It too can be used to unblock any website over the web, and bypass proxy settings. WhatsApp, Facebook messenger, and many other VoIP applications can easily be accessed through this phenomenal app.
No bandwidth restrictions and speed limitations here. One critical note here - you need to access these apps from GooglePlay at your own risk if they allow you to access apps banned in your nation. This article is meant for informative purposes.
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