Agreeing to clients and platform security concerns, Facebook-claimed messaging app WhatsApp is restricting accounts of clients who have been utilising a modified version of the application like WhatsApp Plus and GB WhatsApp.
Be that as it may, while these third-party WhatsApp applications offer a few appealing highlights, they are an extreme risk to client’s security and data.
These informal WhatsApp applications compromise variables of protection and data security.
The organization has said that the individuals who utilise these applications are at a security risk since WhatsApp can’t vouch for the security practices of the modified versions of the application.
Clients who decide on the adjusted with the modified with then version of the WhatsApp application will be passed out impermanent bans for their accounts.
In the event that they get banned, they should download the official version of WhatsApp to recapture access to their record.
“If you received an in-app message stating your account is Temporarily banned this means that you’re likely using an unsupported version of WhatsApp instead of the official WhatsApp app. If this is the case, you must download the official app to continue using WhatsApp”, the company states on its FAQ page.
Before moving to the official version of WhatsApp, make sure to back up the chat history.
But it is anyway not clear whether downloading the official version of the WhatsApp will reestablish the chat history, or the specific client should begin once again.
A couple of month ago, WhatsApp declared some new measures to go up against the developing phony news in India.
The organization began radio crusades crosswise over different Indian states, soliciting individuals to check the veracity of data got as a forward before they share it with others.
Facebook owned messaging application is not more concerned about client protection and data security.